We Buy Gold

About Jewellery

What we sell, new and secondhand, gold and silver jewellery, also gold coins

Caring for your Jewellery, and its Value

How to clean and polish your jewellery
Jewellery and watch repairs
Selling jewellery, how to get a fair price.
Pawnbroking - Use your jewellery as security for a short-term loan.
Valuations when selling your jewellery or insuring it.
Important warning: do not rely on insurance valuations when buying jewellery.

Precious Metals

Gold, and its qualities.
White metals used in jewellery

Gemstones

Gemstone list.
Birthstones
What makes a stone into a gemstone
PVD (Physical Vapour Deposition) - Coated Gemstones

Or go straight to these specific gems:

Diamonds
Sapphires and rubies
Emeralds and Aquamarine
Garnet
Amethyst, Citrine, Smoky Quarty and Rock Crystal
Opal
Amber

Other pages

Cookies, why we use them, how you can control them
Contact or Find us
Wrexham, our home town
Our Shop's story

Using computers, our experience

Encrypting data for security.
Coping with Spam

Links:

Find us on Facebook

The National Association of Goldsmiths (NAG), we are a member
YouTube video showing how to remove a ring from a swollen finger without cutting it
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What will you find here?

We don't sell on the Internet. Jewellery is special, every gemstone is unique.  Customers want to see and try on jewellery before buying.  That's why our shop is thriving, and we don't have time to sell online.
But we all love jewellery, and want you to know more, so you'll appreciate its beauty.  We share our knowledge here.
We love looking at gemstones through a microscope, they're fantastic.  And we've taken pictures.  OK perhaps there are better photographs around, but these are ours, and you won't find them elsewhere.  So enjoy

Navigating the site

There's the dropdown menu bar.  You may find that is the easiest way to navigate.  Let the mouse hover over any entry and further information will appear; then click on whatever interests you.  Clicking on the menu bar will either open the most relevant page, or a further menu.
Alternatively use the index on the left.  Mobile users will probably prefer this index, you can get back to it easily from any page by clicking the Home/Index button at the top of the page.

Uncut diamond

An uncut diamond - just as it came out of the ground.  You can see the light reflecting from the crystal facets, look closely and see the triangular shape of the facets.
Just a sample of what you'll find on this site.

Martin Rees, Jeweller and Pawnbroker Member of the National Association of Goldsmiths Contact us Gemstones