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We buy gold & jewellery

Every piece of jewel has its own unique story. At Oragold we deal with each piece separately with the utmost respect.

For us, jewellery is not just objects made from gold. They are heirlooms that have been handed down from previous generations and have sentimental value.

With us you can appraise your designer jewellery, jewellery from Greek houses such as Lalaoni, Zolota, Vildiridis but also from foreign houses such as Cartier, Bulgari, Tiffany, VanCleef, Chopard etc. . They can be valued accurately and confidentially and you will receive immediate payment.

In addition, we also buy contemporary, modern, non-branded gold jewellery that is in good condition. Feel free to fill out our gold & jewellery appraisal form, so we can give you our free estimate without any time-consuming procedures.

Key features for the evaluation of gold jewellery are:

  • Carats

  • Its weight in gold

  • The manufacturer–designer

  • The manufacturer’s certificate and the box

  • Its manufacturing date

  • The precious stones the piece may have

Certificate of Authenticity for Branded Jewellery

Branded jewellery is accompanied by an official certificate of authenticity with a unique reference code that validates its value. If you also have the certificate, it is a good idea to present it along with the jewellery for purchase. This way you'll get a higher price!

The unit of measurement for the purity of gold is the karat (K), which indicates the gold content that any gold object can have. The carat number is an important feature when buying jewellery, as it indicates its degree of purity.

Carats are measured on a scale from 0 to 24. In the market we can find gold jewellery of various grades such as 9K, 14K, 18K, 20K, 22K and 24K, with 24K being 99.99% gold! The more carats a piece of gold jewellery has, the more valuable it is.

You can tell the purity of your own gold jewellery by the stamp it has. Each piece of jewellery has a stamp in a prominent place that indicates the purity of the metal, i.e. its carats.

  • 9Κ = 375
  • 14Κ = 585
  • 18Κ = 750
  • 22Κ = 916

A key feature to consider when buying and selling jewellery is the color of gold. The most popular is yellow gold, followed by platinum.

In addition to the karat and color of the gold, important features when valuing jewellery are its weight in gold, the date of manufacture, the maker-designer, any gemstones the jewellery may have, and the condition of the jewellery.

Each of these features will greatly affect its price.

At ORAGOLD, we appraise the value of your gold jewellery, taking into consideration their quality and aesthetics, as well as their value in weight.

In case of transaction, it is necessary to have your ID or passport with you.

With over 30 years of experience in valuing gold jewellery, considering their key features and knowing the market, at Oragold we can offer you the highest possible price compared to any other shop.

Frequently Asked Questions

For further information, please contact us.

Do you buy jewellery at the price of gold or at the price of jewellery?

How is the payment for my jewellery calculated?

What about jewellery with diamonds on them or other precious/semiprecious gems? Will I get paid for them?

How will I receive my payment and what documents should I have with me?

Get an appraisal for free!

Fill out the estimate form and we will contact you as soon as possible to appraise the jewellery you are interested in.