Sell Gold Earrings to the Best Buyer in Las Vegas, NV

Gold Earrings are a piece of jewelry attached to the ear by piercing the earlobe or any external part of the ear. Earrings are worn by both sexes and have been used by different civilizations in different times. Gold earrings are, of course, made of gold and different metal alloys. The different earring designs range from small loops and studs to large plates and dangling items.

The size is ultimately limited by the physical capacity of the earlobe to hold the earring without tearing. Selling gold earrings in the market today can be challenging to rising counterfeit schemes but with the services of Nevada Coin Mart, you are guaranteed to get top-dollar prices for your precious items. 

Brief History

The use of gold earrings was first found in the ancient sites in Lothan, India, and Ur from the Early Dynastic period from 2000-1600 BCE. Since that time, ear piercing has practiced as one of the oldest forms of body modification from different cultures around the world. During the Minoan Civilization, silver and bronze hoop earrings were popular among its peoples as samples of this artifact were seen on frescoes on the Aegean island of Santorini, Greece. This was further made true with the hoop earrings with conical pendants considered as fashion items in the early Mycenaean periods of Bronze Age Greece.

In Japan, the wearing of earrings was part of the tradition of the Ainu men and women, an East Asian ethnic group. But this was stopped by the Government of Meiji Japan in the late 19th century. Nomadic tribes in Turkey considered earrings as commonplace, while expensive ear ornaments remained very popular in India since ancient times.

In the 1590s, English courtiers and gentlemen in Western Europe considered earrings as fashionable items. In fact, a document titled Description of England was published in 1577 by clergyman Willian Harrison, which describes English people wearing either ring of gold, stones, or pearls in their ears.

The practice of wearing earrings up until today with an emphasis on designs, use of precious stones, and intricate forms. 

Gold Earrings Designs

The following are the different gold earrings designs that we look forward to buying from you: 

  • Huggies
  • Drop
  • Stud
  • Threader
  • Ear Crawler
  • Ear Cuffs
  • Hoops
  • Half-hoops
  • Chandelier
  • Tassel
  • Jacket
  • Cluster
  • Teardrop
  • Bajoran

Sell your gold earrings now with any of the designs above to get the most cash out of it! 

Different Karats of Gold Earrings

If the following different karats are of your keeping, do not hesitate to sell your gold earrings because they might be worth more than anything you can think of. Here are some of the different karats of gold earrings: 

  • 9K (37.5% gold and 62.5% alloyed metals) – Contains a high percentage of other metals, making it stronger and cheaper to buy.

  • 14K (58% gold and 42% alloyed metals) – This alloy offers more resistance to wear and tear than either 18K or 22K. More affordable than 18ct gold, due to its lower gold content.

  • 18K (75% gold and 25% alloyed metals) – This is the most traditional mix of gold and other metals. Contains metal alloys for strength and color. White metals added to create white gold. Copper added to create rose gold. 18ct yellow gold is brighter in tone than 14ct and 9ct gold. Because of the higher gold content in 18K pieces, it will also yield a higher price than 14K, and is usually a sign of a higher quality piece of jewelry.

  • 22K (92% gold and 8% alloyed metals) – Even a modest mixture of only 8% alloyed metal makes 22 karat gold a touch stronger and more durable than pure gold. Nevertheless, care will need to be taken with this blend as it’s still the softest form of mixed metal jewelry. They are very soft, so not ideal for stone set jewelry. Used for plain gold jewelry, such as wedding bands.

  • 24K (100% pure gold) – Naturally yellow and highly valuable, but very soft. Being the highest karat of gold, it’s easy to assume that 24K is the “best” gold to buy, but that isn’t necessarily the case. Pure gold can be easily scratched and bent, so it’s impractical for daily wear. Not usually used to make fine jewelry.

The best type of gold earrings that can be worn every day are earrings that have 14-18k karat. Earrings that are only 10k don’t have as good of a look to them compared to 14-18k gold earrings. Selling gold earrings like these at an established marketplace like the Nevada Coin Mart, you are definitely at the right place to determine the fair value of your items. 

Value of Gold Earrings

The value of gold earrings is determined by an array of factors. These include purity, hallmarks, gram weight, and the market price of gold in ounces. Each of these factors is interrelated to each other. The hallmark of your gold earrings basically determines the gold’s purity which is measured by karats. The second is the gram weight. Knowing the gram weight of the earrings will allow you to compare the amount of gold in the earrings. Then, another important factor is the market price in ounces. That means that you have to be knowledgeable of the selling price of gold when planning to sell your item. The spot price of gold determines how much worth your item will get after evaluation. To learn more about it, click on this link: https://www.kitco.com/charts/livegold.html

Best Place to Sell Gold Earrings

If you have gold earrings you want to get rid of or you don’t use anymore, don’t hesitate to inquire and set an appointment with Nevada Coin Mart. We are the number one buyer and dealer of gold jewelry like gold earrings in Las Vegas and Henderson. Sell your gold earrings now with us!

With the best customer service we provide, you surely will have a great transaction in selling your gold earrings. We pay the most cash for your gold earrings using a state-of-the-art spectrometer.  We are open 365 times a year from 9 am to 6 pm, so come visit us at Nevada Coin Mart® 4065 S. Jones Blvd Las Vegas, NV 89103 or call us up at 702-998-4000.

References:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Earring

https://www.malabargoldanddiamonds.com/gold-jewellery/earring.html