Broken gold can be classed as any item that is no longer in its original condition. In terms of gold jewellery this might include broken gold links, damaged gold chains, damaged necklaces or necklaces with damaged clasps; marked, damaged, stained or worn-out gold rings, gold earrings or even gold brooches and badges. The term broken gold might also be applied to parts of items that are no longer in use. This can include gold links from gold chains or gold watches; gold charms from charm bracelets, gold pendants with no chain and miscellaneous gold items such as buttons, pins and pens that may no longer be in their original/working condition.
What is the value of broken gold?
Some methods of selling gold jewelry are not necessarily best in terms of value when selling broken gold because damaged gold items can no longer be sold for their cosmetic value. However, you can sell your broken gold for the content of the gold in the item and get money for your broken gold this way.
How can I sell broken gold?
Selling your broken gold couldn't be more simple. Simply contact Postal Gold for a free Gold Kit. Postal Gold pays cash for the gold content of gold including white gold jewelry in any condition and is a great way to get cash for gold, particularly with broken or damaged gold jewellery. Not only that, but Postal Gold offers a fast way to sell your gold and turn your old, broken gold into cash.