For over 3,000 years diamonds have been one of the most precious commodities in the world. They were originally traded in India—the location of the first diamond mine—due to their ability to refract light. Gem handlers would sell diamonds that were later used both as decoration, and as a talisman to ward off evil. The belief in their mystical properties continued into the Middle Ages, where medics would instruct their patients to ingest small diamonds to cure sickness! It was also thought that praying and crossing oneself while holding a diamond in hand had the power to heal wounds. Though the mystical beliefs surrounding diamonds have faded in the present day, they remain a popular commodity due to their brilliance and rarity.
Like our ancestors before us, many of us come into possession of a diamond at one point or another. Obviously they are traditionally exchanged when one proposes marriage, but they are also frequently found in all sorts of jewelry, ranging from earrings to necklaces, etc. As with many types of possessions, however, there are times in which we no longer have use for the little gems that we own. Maybe a significant other who is no longer present gave us the jewelry. Maybe your old diamond earrings got chipped. Or maybe your old necklace just doesn’t fit the way it used to. Whatever the reason is, it doesn’t make sense to leave these items collecting dust in the attic simply because they no longer serve a functional purpose to you. Why not put them to good use and get some money in return?
Cash For Diamonds USA is the nation’s leading diamond refinery, and they will gladly take your old, broken, or unwanted diamond jewelry and exchange it for cash. The process is also incredibly simple; all you have to do is order a pre-paid FedEx envelope (all the envelopes are fully insured to protect your investment), put your items inside, send it off, and then wait for a check in the mail! There is absolutely no worry and no hassle involved, and all of a sudden you will have a nice check in exchange for jewelry you had no previous use for. You also don’t have to just sell diamonds… you can sell gold, silver, platinum, electronic scrap, or whatever else you want! Given their history, diamonds will probably never go out of style, but if there are particular pieces that just don’t have a place in your life anymore, you can sell them and buy new ones with the cash you get in return.
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