We accept consignment items on a case-by-case basis for placement in our stores and online.
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How To Sell Your Jewelry On Consignment For More Money
Sell Your Jewelry On Consignment for more money.
Selling your jewelry doesn’t have to be an exhausting and negative experience.
If you choose to sell your jewelry on consignment you can eliminate all the pit-falls and hassles of selling jewelry on your own.
Selling your jewelry yourself can be a real headache. The cost of placing ads and the time to answer the many phone calls and questions can be daunting. The no-show appointments and having strangers come to your house or going store to store to be offered low prices is exhausting. There are more benefits of selling a jewelry on consignment. Additionally, you have to deal with the paperwork and hoping the buyers check does not bounce.
There is a much easier way today that is becoming more widely used by sellers. You can choose to sell your jewelry on consignment and leave the hassles with the professionals.
A jewelry consultant (not a jewelry salesman) is a good place to start looking for someone who offers a consignment program. The consultant will place the ads online, take the pictures of your jewelry, speak to the prospects, display and show potential buyers for your items and handle all the paperwork so that the paperwork is filed legally.
When Selling Your Jewelry On Consignment, Follow These Tips For Getting The Most Money Out Of Your Jewelry
Clean your jewelry inside and out so that it shines like new. If you don’t want to do this, one of our consultants will HAPPILY offer this service and do it for you. We use professional ultra-sound cleaning equipment and chemicals and polishing machines to make your jewelry look great.
Next, know the value of your jewelry. Check online or talk with experts so you have an idea of the wholesale and retail value of your jewelry. Consultants will usually do this for you and give you copies of what they find.
Next step, search online for a local jewelry consultant or other dealers that take jewelry on consignment. Not every dealer will offer this service. You may have to shop around before you find someone with a good program. Usually a dealer can get you more money for your jewelry than if you tried selling it yourself. This extra money can help offset any fees you will have to pay.
Ask what they will charge you to sell your jewelry on consignment. Will it be a flat fee or will it be a percentage? Ask to see their consignment agreement. If they have one, this tells you that they have experience selling jewelry on consignment.
A consultant will file the transfer paperwork as well as any tax forms that need to be sent in. This will assure that your deal is on the up-and-up and you will not have to pay later.
The Bottom Line
When you sell your jewelry on consignment, feel confident to ask any questions. After all, you are paying the commission to help relieve you of the headaches of doing it yourself, besides you want to be sure things will be handled professionally and with integrity.