When the Fairy Tale Ends: Selling Your Engagement Ring

March 27, 2015 By swj-eric

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Princess culture has swept America. During childhood, stories of Prince Charming and happily ever after abound. Sometimes the fairy tale comes to life in adulthood with a proposal: a beautiful engagement ring proffered on bended knee with promises of forever. But no matter how mesmerized by the fairy tale we become, we eventually have to live in reality. Unfortunately, sometimes the man who seemed like a real-life Prince Charming doesn’t turn out to be that charming at all, and the fairy tale ends. Now what? Sell the engagement ring.

Starting a New Chapter

After an engagement ends, allow some time to heal. One part of the story is over. Another is about to begin. Self-care is crucial, physically, mentally, and emotionally. Do the things that make reality feel less topsy-turvy again.

Assessing Options for Selling the Engagement Ring

Becoming emotionally ready to part with the engagement ring can take time. The first step is simply to explore options. Contact Southwest Jewelry Buyers to set up an appointment. Upon your arrival our professional appraisers, who hold Graduate Diamond Degrees from the Gemological Institute of America (GIA), will assess the value of the engagement ring. We then make an offer on the spot. At Southwest Jewelry Buyers there is never an obligation to sell. The choice is completely in the hands of the seller.

Why Sell the Engagement Ring to Us?

Dealing with the end of a fairy tale shouldn’t be compounded by difficulties selling the ring. Our clients can sell the engagement ring conveniently and securely. At our offices in Scottsdale, sellers are treated ethically and respectfully. As a Better Business Bureau A+ Accredited Business, Southwest Jewelry buyers offer peace of mind and a seamless, professional experience to sellers. We consistently offer the best prices in the valley. Coupled with excellent customer service, the professionalism offered by our jewelry buyers makes us a perfect match—even if Prince Charming wasn’t.