Selling Scrap Gold
What We Buy
We buy all unwanted, damaged or broken scrap gold jewellery. regardless of carat (9ct, 18ct, 14ct, 22ct, 24ct) or colour (yellow, white, rose) including all of the following:
Gold without hallmarks
Most gold jewellery is hallmarked and depending on the country of origin this mark may give you information about who made it, when it was made, where it was assayed, and how pure it is. The presence of hallmarks will help you estimate the value of your scrap gold, but we are equally happy to accept jewellery without a hallmark. All gold we receive is subject to analysis to confirm its precise gold content, regardless of whether it is hallmarked or not.
Below are the most common marks you are likely to find on UK manufactured jewellery.
The number denoting gold purity relates to the carat and gold content as follows:
Jewellery manufactured outside the UK is also likely to carry some form of hallmark, which, although less detailed than the UK hallmark, is likely to give details of the gold content by stating its carat or fineness.