Silver may occupy as the second-best option for the precious metal. Sterling silver is the most common of all in Indian Households staring from articles to coins; with the lightest denomination possible. Thus, this element proves to be very useful; also, be sold in the market for instant cash in exchange.
Selling silver is easier than to sell gold, as gold needs to verify with the market and status go your item; specie can be easily identified as pure or mixed form. The market for this item has been stable for over a decade now.
People who wish to sell a while metal, mud understand the value in the market. Everyone has a different reason to sell on valuables; they preserve. You can easily turn your unwanted collectibles into cash to us; we are the leading jewelry buyers in the entire Delhi NCR.
Whoever understands the markets for yellow and white metals; will know that the same accounts for more toil in the market including jewelry, mechanics, electronics and everything elsewhere. Whereas yellow metal has very limited work value as it is very shiny and attracts the eye; it only accounts for jewelry and very little of mechanical value.
So, when you are thinking that gold is more expensive, you must know that you can almost get more amount of silver at the same rate; and can also sell with same or more value. For example, Gold price for 24 Karat of 10 g is around Rs 32,000; 1Kg of Silver values Rs 42,000.
If you consider selling your items for the value of the precious metal, it is important to choose a refiner that has extensive experience. We at Cash for Silver has earned a reputation as one of the leading jewelry refiners in the Delhi NCR. Our experience of almost 2 decades coupled with our extensive refining capabilities allows us to provide our clients with 100% customers satisfaction.
Cash for Gold is not an antique dealer, but a retail seller of precious metals and stones. We only take into account the weight of your items and the available amount of it for recovering in pure form. Unless you show any documents, we cannot give estimates based on the make, manufacture date, rarity or collectability of items; we only calculate the item based on the current market value.