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When to sell your jewelry?

Some life events are difficult, especially when some of your belongings evoke unpleasant memories. It is important that, while trying to open a new chapter of your life, you begin by getting rid of those objects that remain memories of the past.


An engagement ring or an alliance are often 2 jewels which are very difficult to separate. Formerly a symbol of eternal love, they can become objects from which it is sometimes better to separate.


Of course, a jewel with great sentimental value is very often difficult to sell, so we really advise you to be sure of your decision to separate from it.


There are several stages in life after a divorce and each of them can be a good time to separate yourself from a sentimental good.


We have a short list with steps, take the time to read them and start thinking if you are ready to separate.


At the end of each relationship comes the time to move and start a new life. This is when the separation is official and the divorce process begins. If you are the type of person who treats a break like pulling a tooth and you just want to finish with it, this is the perfect time to separate yourself from your ring.


Selling the ring directly after your move allows you to draw a definitive mark on your past and start your new life. It also saves you painful memories.

The sale of your ring also allows you to face the expenses that the process of divorce brings.


Now that the divorce papers have been signed, the marriage is now legally considered finished.


If you have kept the engagement ring then it's a good time to think about separating yourself from it! Use the money of the sale to please and take care of yourself and a good way to go through this official step and allow you to relieve the stress of the divorce process.


Divorced for 1 year today and first time you have a single birthday. See this as a new beginning in life to live your present and create your future rather than suffer in the past.


Selling your ring is the first step in letting go of the past, and doing it for your birthday can be a symbol of your commitment to creating a new year in your life.


If you think you're ready to say goodbye to your diamond ring or your jewelry, trust our expert gemologist to help you in this step!


Our experts are at your disposal for free expertise!

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