There are a number of outlets available that are open to give consumers cash for gold jewellery that they no longer use or need. Many people who lived through the height of the gold jewellery phase and still managed to make it to the twenty first century would be quite surprised at the fact that gold jewellery has some value. Not only that, bit that value can literally mean cash in your pocket.
It goes without saying that when gold jewellery was all the rage in the late eighties and throughout most of the nineties, adherents of the trend were not banking on their possessions being a potential money maker in the future once the phase had worn out. But that’s exactly what’s going on at the moment. There is most likely a correlation between the diminishing gold supply globally, on account there just isn’t as much gold being found anymore, and the resurgence of the ‘popularity’ of gold jewellery. Even if that popularity is restricted to the outlets who wish to purchase the jewellery.
So if you still have some pieces stashed away at the back of a wardrobe, dig deep and head over to an outlet that will give you cash for that gold. It may not be a lump sum of money, but who couldn’t use a windfall from items they no longer use anyway?