PHOTOS AND VIDEOS (15)
that was easy...
by griff murray , 02/12/2013
Every other aspect of my failed engagement was difficult except for when I looked to get back as much as possible for the rings that I purchased. I had originally gone to a jewelry wholesaler to buy the rings but when I brought them back 60 days later they offered me only 25% of the original cost. I solicited the opinions of several other local jewelry stores for my best chance of unloading these very expensive (and painful) memories of love gone wrong and insanely enough, 3 out of four told me I should either keep them for the "next best thing" or... consider seeing this guy John at Las Vegas Jewelry in Henderson. Well it was worth the 10 minute drive because I not only got nearly twice what the wholesaler offered me, but I was opened up to the world of gold redemption all at the same time. I came back the very next day with a collection of coins (that was buried in my attic and collecting dust) my uncle gave me as a kid that turned out to be enough to cover my mortgage this month! Thanks John, your people are great!
Dont go here.
by Tad , 04/24/2013
This place is for the birds. No prices on items for sale. Their offer on Sterling Silver .925 fine amounts to $4 per ounce. They only want to steal it from you instead of a legitimate offer. Staff is slow to respond even though store empty. Security guard sits glaring at you while in their shop. Take your business elsewhere!
Customer service overhaul needed
by truthbetold , 04/27/2013
I wasn't given a half attempt of an appraisal and basically that all my item was worth was the gold that it was made of. Even if that were true the manner at which I was treated was lower than nothing as if I was a waste of this ladies time. No wonder the place was empty
Best Place in Vegas to sell gold jewelry
by Spartan06 , 08/20/2013
I was told to visit three places before I sold some old jewelry. This place offered by far the most money especially for some gold jewelry (necklace and bracelet). I would recommend that you visit Las Vegas Jewelry and Coin before you sell your jewelry anywhere else.
by Tony Niro , 09/29/2013
Ok, If your mom gives you a coin collection that used to be your now ex step dad's, is it ok to sell it? Well, I thought so. And I got 850 for too. I should have taken this place's first offer and saved my self the day of driving around. I've never been more frustrated with Las Vegas traffic than the day I hocked the collection, and had to go back to the first guy (this guy) all the way across town.