If you live in Haberfield, Sell Gold Sydney is close by in the Sydney CBD. We’re open 6 days a week & conveniently located in the Grace City Hotel Lobby.
We’re second generation gold buyers with a reputation for paying top prices. Over the years we have built a loyal customer base who bring us repeat & referred business. We buy gold in any quantity & in any condition & we’re happy to assess any items you have.
If you wish to sell gold jewellery (or any other gold), call us on 9299 9910 to make an appointment. We hope to see you soon!
We buy Gold Jewellery from 9kt through 24kt, including all unwanted, broken & out-dated items. We buy • Gold earrings • Gold rings • Gold neck chains • Gold charms • Gold bracelets • Gold bangles • Gold pendants • Gold trinkets.
We buy yellow gold, white gold & pink gold. We’re happy to assess any item you have – no matter the colour. We buy all gold jewellery, in any quantity & in any condition.
If you wish to sell gold jewellery, call us on 9299 9910 to make an appointment.
We buy Australian & International Gold Coins.
Sydney Gold Buyers have been dealing in gold coins for three decades.
We buy • Australian gold coins • International gold coins • All denominations of coins • In any condition • Both ancient & modern.
If you wish to sell your coins, call call us on 9299 8070 to make an appointment & have your items assessed. We pay Sydney’s highest prices – in cash – with immediate settlements to $100k & we’re open 7 days.
We specialise in Rolex Watches. We will assess your watch & give you a summary of what we’re able to offer.
We are always looking to purchase Rolex models for cash, in any condition, working or not, but we also buy: • Jaeger-LeCoultre • Panerai • Girard Perregaux • Blancpain • Cartier • Omega • Patek Philippe • Chopard • Tudor • Hamilton • Tag Heuer • Audemars Piguet • Corum • Hublot.
We also buy all gold wrist, pocket & fob watches, working or not, in any condition.
WE ALSO BUY
• Scrap gold • Gold nuggets • Gold bullion • Alluvial gold • Gold dust • Gold sovereign cases • Dental gold • Gold jeweller’s bars • Gold compacts • Gold snuff boxes • Gold vinaigrettes • Gold vesta (match holders) • Gold Dunhill lighters.
• Platinum Jewellery – we buy platinum grades of 900, 950 & 990 purities, hallmarked & not hallmarked. We are Sydney’s most competitive platinum buyer & will pay the highest possible price.
Throughout history, gold’s mesmerizing beauty has inspired legends. Today, it is the premium choices of artisans worldwide for its ability to be molded into many luxurious designs.
Naturally yellow in color, gold will not tarnish. While it is strong, gold in its purest form is too soft for most jewelry uses and must be mixed-or alloyed-with other metals to increase its strength and durability. The color of gold is affected by the concentration of alloys such as nickel or copper. A high concentration of nickel creates white gold, while rose gold gets it color from a high percentage of copper.
Gold’s purity is measured in karats which are used to indicate the percentage of gold. Pure, one hundred percent gold is 24 karat and is more expensive but not as durable as 18 karat (75 percent gold) or 14 karat (58.3 percent gold). When comparing gold jewelry, the higher the number of karats, the greater the value.
Karat weight is a key factor in determining price, along with the design and the degree of craftsmanship required to create a beautiful piece of jewelry.
By law, anything less than 10 karats cannot be sold as gold in the United States . The law also states that the karat mark and manufacturer’s trademark must appear on the jewelry. In the United States , 14 karat is the most common gold jewelry sold.
Always look for the karat mark or “k” on the back of the jewelry. The markings are:
18 karat gold – 18k or 750 (the European designation meaning 75% gold)
14 karat gold – 14k or 585
10 karat gold – 10k or 417
The most common form of gold used, yellow gold is created with an alloy of silver, copper and zinc mixed with gold. The resulting yellow color reflects the natural color of the gold. Yellow and white gold are similar in strength and durability. It is the karat weight and design, not the color that determines the price.
White gold is created by an alloy of nickel and other metals (copper and zinc) mixed with gold. Nickel is the largest component of this alloy, giving the gold a white color.
White gold can also be made with an alloy that contains a higher concentration of silver, making it a good choice for people with a sensitivity to nickel.
White gold is highly reflective and does not tarnish so it is common to add a layer of plating called “rhodium” plating that will protect the reflective quality of the white metal. This does not detract from the value of the metal.
While yellow and white gold are similar in strength and durability, it is karat weight and design, not the color that affects the price.
Rose gold is alloyed with copper, and sometimes silver. The proportions are about one part of copper to three parts of 24 karat gold. The resulting gold has a reddish-rose hue. Rose gold is often used in the manufacture of three-color jewelry consisting of yellow, white and rose gold together.