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Buying Jewelry in Boston

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There are a number of reasons you may want to sell your jewelry: maybe it is broken, out-of-style, or it was an inherited piece or a gift that you will never wear. Whatever the reason, today’s high metal values make selling your unwanted jewelry a desirable option. However, with the benefit of the current market values comes the burden of sifting through the glut of those offering cash for your jewelry. With so many options it is easy to feel intimidated when trying to sell your jewelry in Boston. You want to find the right fit; and that means a company you can trust will give you the best possible price. At Bromfield Jewelers you will benefit from our knowledge, experience, and discretion. Though currently in vogue, we have been buying and selling jewelry for well over 20 years, and are known as the leader in the Downtown Boston Area, Jewelry District, as well as surrounding cities and neighborhoods.


Gold * Platinum * Silver * Jewelry * Watches * Flatware * Tea Sets * Silver & Gold Coins * Silver & Gold Bars * and much, much, more!


Reed & Barton * Gorham * Georg Jensen * Tuttle * Durgin Wallace * Alvin * Tiffany * Cartier * David Yurman * Louis Vuitton and more…


Many factors affect the value of your timepiece, such as age, condition, operation, and if the original documents and paperwork are present. At Bromfield Jewelers we have expertise in fine, antique, vintage, contemporary and pocket watches. Some of the brands we regularly buy include: Rolex, Patek Phillippe, Cartier, Breitling, Omega, Raymond Weil, IWC, MICHELE, Jaeger LeCoultre, A Lange & Sohne, FP Journe, Audemars Piguet, Baume & Mercier, Vacheron, and Constantin.


Precious metals include Platinum, Gold, and Silver, and jewelry is made from all three.

Platinum: The heaviest and most rare of all the precious metals. It is 95% pure on average and will never tarnish or lose its rich white luster, and is known for its strength and durability.

Gold: Gold Jewelry is made using 10, 14, 18, and sometimes 22 karat gold. Karat simply means the amount of gold versus alloy: 24k is pure gold, so a piece of 14k jewelry is about 58% gold and 42% alloy. Common alloys used in gold are copper, nickel, and silver. The higher the gold content, the softer the metal. For this reason, jewelry is rarely made using pure gold as it would be too fragile for general wear. Gold can be yellow, rose or white in color.

Silver: The most abundant and inexpensive of the precious metals. Sterling Silver, used in most jewelry, is 92.5% silver and 7.5% copper, but you will sometimes find Nickel Silver (.800) or Fine Silver (.999). Silver is relatively soft and exposure to oxygen causes it to tarnish.


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