Pawn rings Florida
If you are wanting to pawn rings in Florida then Florida Pawn is the place to visit at either our Hollywood or Margate stores. One of the key reasons why our customers choose Florida Pawn is because we offer one of the best rates for gold in the area.
Why pawn rings to us?
If you are wanting to raise some cash quickly without the hassle then a pawn shop loan can be one of the best loans. They don’t require any finance checks and it won’t affect your credit rating or be secured against your home.
With a pawn shop loan, you just need to visit one of our stores with the item, like a ring, and we will give it a thorough appraisal to assess its value before we make you a fair and competitive offer. We provide an honest, friendly and professional service that makes the loan process easier.
Once you receive the offer you can decide whether you want to accept it. If you agree to the loan, your item will be stored securely for the term of the loan until you return for it.
We offer loan terms of 60 days or more with the option to repay early at no additional charge. If you are unable to repay the loan in full before the end of the term, you should contact us to discuss this to see if we can extend the term.
What type of rings are we interested in?
We are interested in a broad range of rings and it is worth calling into one of our stores to let us appraise it to see if it is suitable for pawning and can offer the level of funds you require.
We are interested in gold rings of any color, platinum, palladium, titanium, zirconium and silver as well as dressing rings and plated rings. The ring can be a plain band or have stones or gems in it. These can be rings for any occasion such as engagement rings, wedding rings, eternity rings and dress rings.
How will we value your ring?
When we do a ring valuation we will be looking at the following:
- Hallmarks – these tell us what metal the ring is made from and sometimes who made it. The majority of jewelry made in the last century will have a hallmark.
- Condition of the ring – does it have any signs of wear or tear that will affect the value.
- The weight – this helps determine the composition of the ring as gold and silver are heavier than cheaper metals like pewter and brass.
- Fixings – are the stones held in by prongs or glue, as cheaper cosmetic jewelry tends to use glue.
- Discoloration – has the color altered or faded as worn gold or platinum for example won’t discolor.
Ultimately the best way to find out what your ring is worth is to call into one of our stores to get a valuation and a loan offer.