scottsdale, arizona Pawnbrokers, Diamond & Gold Buyers Directory
Pawn shops and gold buyers are often the first stop if you are trying to sell diamonds in Scottsdale, Arizona or trying to sell watches in Scottsdale, Arizona. Because there are so many though, we decided to compile a list of most of the diamond buyers in Scottsdale, Arizona and watch buyers in Scottsdale, Arizona. This way, you can continue your search for a great return on your diamonds rings and jewelry, or Rolex watch, with ease. You might even want to specifically search for a place that will offer you cash for diamonds in Scottsdale, Arizona if you are looking for a fast and convenient option.
We also wanted to make sure you had a great non-local option too. At WP Diamonds, we have a team of GIA trained gemologists and designer watch experts that come to the price that we pay you from an extensive valuation of your piece, and by comparing it to the current secondhand market. If you look online at our extensive reviews, you will see that our previous customers have found WP Diamonds to be a secure and professional service that has done right by them and their items.
- A Z Gallery7212 E Main St # A
Zip code: 85251http://www.az-gallery.com/
- Jewelry By Elias3942 N Buckboard Trl
Zip code: 85251
- Pineda Covalin5943 N 83rd St
Zip code: 85250www.pinedacovalinaz.com
Adjacent to the Greater Phoenix Area, Scottsdale has a population of over 236 thousand, and has been described by the New York Times as “a desert version of Miami’s South Beach”. It has the slogan ‘The West’s Most Western Town,’ and though is wasn’t incorporated as a city until 1951, it was named Scottsdale in 1894 after its founder Winfield Scott. It is a consistently growing city, and is often defined by its high quality of life, with a big portion of tax revenue coming from tourism. With the tourism industry being so central to the city’s economy, accounting for 39% of the city’s workforce, it is home to more than 70 resorts and hotels and in 2005 attracted over 7.5 million visitors. Scottsdale is actually well-known for its high concentration of galleries, studios, and museums, which are open to the public, and can be found in its downtown area. This Arts district downtown is segmented into three distinct parts: the Scottsdale Main Street Arts District, the more contemporary Marshall Way Arts District, and the more touristy and western-themed Old Town District. The area also prides itself on its rich Western history and preserves and promotes many of its ‘western’ activities and events. One of these events, which has taken place since 1955, is the Scottsdale Arabian Horse Show. The show attracts thousands of visitors and tourists, with nearly 2,000 purebred Arabian and Half-Arabian horses that compete for various prizes and recognition. To find out more about this thriving western history and culture, you should also check out “Western Spirit: Scottsdale’s Museum of the West,” which opened in 2015. The two story building features art, culture, and history of 19 states in the American West, including Arizona.