Where can I sell my pearl necklace

Where do I seriously sell real pearl necklaces

May 28, 2011 - 2:45 pm

 · #1
Have a real pearl necklace with gold / brilliant clasp.
How do I find a serious buyer?

Many Thanks
Catherine
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May 28, 2011 - 2:49 pm

 · #2
what is the difference between a serious and dubious one?
a buyer pays the price you asked for and well

Unfortunately, the second market for pearls is very polluted or barely available because the cheapest new goods from China flood the market and have depressed prices so that buying a second-hand almost no longer makes sense
except for very high quality pearls
Then of course there is also the fashion factor: white gold is more popular than yellow

show me a sharp photo, then you can possibly give marketing tips
bead size and chain length
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07/05/2011 - 7:46 am

 · #4
Hello Tilo,

if it is really a real pearl necklace (i.e. not cultured pearls!), then the first step would be to consult an expert.

http://svv.ihk.de/svv/content/home/home.ihk

E.g. is a beginning.

Best wishes
Martin
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July 5th, 2011 - 8:18 am

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first of all I didn't ask
and 2. Since May, Katharina has not found the time to respond to our request and to get a free assessment based on a photo
doesn't seem to be that important after all
Specialty: seamless partner rings also made directly from delivered (old) gold and silver

07/05/2011 - 8:38 am

 · #6
Today pearl necklaces only sell well if they are something special. Such as the above-mentioned natural pearl necklaces, but also particularly large e.g. South Sea pearls or particularly beautiful Akoja pearls are also sold second hand.

Smaller strands of saltwater cultured pearls in medium quality have now been practically pushed from the market by better-looking Chinese freshwater pearls that are offered extremely cheaply.

It would be important to put a photo here and indicate the diameter and length of the pearl necklace. Then one could possibly help you further.
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10/11/2013 - 3:35 p.m.

 · #7
I also have a real ..
who can tell me how much I will get for it and where I can sell it. lg
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10/11/2013 - 3:45 p.m.

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LENNOOOXIf you feel like it, you can post a photo of your pearl necklace here in the jewelry rating sub-forum http://www.goettgen.de/schmuck-foren/forum4.html, then we can say about what it could be worth .

And if you want to register for free in the forum, you can also contact you via PM.

Perhaps a user who likes the necklace will contact you .....
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October 19, 2013 - 4:47 pm

 · #9
Quote written by Tilo
what is the difference between a serious and dubious one?
a buyer pays the price you asked for and well

Unfortunately, the second market for pearls is very polluted or barely available, because the cheapest new goods from China flood the market and have depressed prices so that buying second-hand hardly makes any sense
except for very high quality pearls
Then of course there is also the fashion factor: white gold is more popular than yellow

show me a sharp photo, then you can possibly give marketing tips
bead size and chain length


I also agree, it is very difficult to sell such things today, for example my mom already has 2-3 pieces of real pearls, but has never tried to sell them, on one side she is afraid that someone will cheating, and to others she thinks it's not worth much more ...

01/13/2015 - 5:23 pm

 · #10
Hello, I also have a real pearl necklace that I would like to sell
The pearl necklace is 70 cm long and the pearls are about 0.55 cm thick
I would also add a photo if you are interested!
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01/13/2015 - 7:11 pm

 · #11
@MoritzU.0912,
welcome to our forum and the jewelry portal. If you would like a free jewelery evaluation for your chain, please upload good photos on which the chain and any stamps / hallmarks can be easily recognized. Then the experts can tell you what the chain is worth or what it will bring in a sale.

You can also offer your chain for sale here via the forum, an account would be useful for this. Registration is quick and free. With your previous information or without a photo, you will not find a buyer.

I wish you success
Red.
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02/13/2017 - 3:55 pm

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