Antique Jewelry Wholesale

Antique jewelry is typically very valuable, and
purchasing such jewelry costs quite a bit of money.
But then again, it is possible to buy antique jewelry
wholesale as well if you know where to look.

Most people think that online auctions, such as
eBay is the way to go. While this is true
occasionally, you will usually find that the seller
knows the value of what they are selling, and the
price is quite high. There are other ways to find
antique jewelry at wholesale prices or below.

Keep an eye on your newspaper for advertised
estate sales and garage sales. Typically, at these
sales, the people holding the sale really don’t know
the value of what they have. You can literally
purchase hundreds or thousands of dollars worth of
antique jewelry for just a few dollars on a typical
Saturday morning.

It is important that you not look too closely at the
jewelry when you are buying it. If the piece is
valuable, you do not want the seller to know how
valuable it is! It is not your fault that they did not get it
appraised, as you will as soon as you leave! Keep
a straight face, keep your happiness and joy to
yourself, and pay the fifty cents or two bucks that
they want for the piece, get in your car and head to
a trusted jeweler for an appraisal!

It is possible that the piece is not worth anything,
but occasionally, you will stumble across some real
finds! Even if the piece is not worth anything, if you
make jewelry, you may be able to disassemble it
for the parts.

Finding antique jewelry wholesale is very exciting.
In fact, spending those Saturday mornings at the
yard sales and estate sales may even become
addicting! Yard sales and estate sales, especially
estate sales where grandchildren are not interested
in their grandmas old ugly jewelry are the best
sources for antique jewelry at wholesale prices, or
below wholesale prices.

Pj Germain

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