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Selling Your Jewelry

Our team of GIA Graduate Gemologists and expert buyers guides you through the selling process with the utmost care.

Walton's Jewelry purchases antique and estate jewelry, gold jewelry, platinum jewelry, and sterling flatware. We specialize in pre-1940s antique and estate jewelry, which is largely what we purchase for our inventory; however, we are happy to take a look at any jewelry items you may have. Browse our website to get an idea of the variety of jewelry we purchase.

Selling your personal jewelry, items you've inherited, or settling an estate can be an overwhelming and emotional process. At Walton's, we understand these difficult decisions and are here to guide you through the process. Our GIA Graduate Gemologists and buyers handle your items with the utmost care.

We also purchase gold and platinum, as well as sterling flatware, hollowware, and serving ware (we do not purchase sterling jewelry). Our buyers give a clear and honest explanation of the process, allowing you to make the most informed decision concerning your pieces.

Please fill out the form below to get started. An appointment is required for selling jewelry.

Walton's Style Journal

Top 5 FAQs About Rubies

Top 5 FAQs About Rubies

Endlessly versatile, boldly radiant, and long believed to be symbolic of passion, protection, and prosperity, rubies remain a coveted gem whose popularity goes well beyond its reputation as July's birthstone....

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Antique Diamond Cuts Explained

Antique Diamond Cuts Explained

Antique diamond and gemstone cuts, sometimes known as historic cuts, represent a fascinating chapter in the evolution in jewelry—one that was largely etched by hand. These cuts, crafted before the...

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Reverse Crystal Intaglio

Reverse Crystal Intaglio

Imagine a miniature painting, but instead of being on canvas, it's delicately etched and painted onto the back of a crystal. This technique creates an illusion of depth and dimension,...

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