boise, idaho Pawnbrokers, Diamond & Gold Buyers Directory

If you are looking to sell diamonds in Boise City, Idaho, or to sell watches in Boise City Idaho, then you may want some local and convenient options to start you off. Below, we’ve made a list of local diamond buyers in Boise City, Idaho and local watch buyers in Boise City, Idaho, mostly consisting of pawn shops and gold buyers. Once you start to research these places, and compare the prices, it should lead you to a great price for your diamond rings and jewelry, as well as any luxury timepieces you have, like a Rolex watch. You may even come across some fast and convenient options, like an offer of cash for diamonds in Boise City, Idaho.
But, if you also want to check these local prices against more options, you should also compare them to a non-local option, WP Diamonds. At WP Diamonds, they have GIA trained gemologists, as well as designer watch experts that value your piece by comparing it to the current second hand market. This assures you that every time your price is fair and competitive. If you want to research more, be sure to check out their online reviews, attesting to their secure and professional service, and internationally trusted company.

Pawnbrokers

  • A Vista Pawn Shop
    503 S Vista Ave
    Zip code: 83705
    (208) 342-3352
    (208) 342-7309
  • Boise Pawn & Gold
    3011 W State St
    Zip code: 83703
  • Buckhorn Gun & Pawn
    6601 W Ustick Rd
    Zip code: 83704
  • City Jewelry & Pawn
    4906 W Overland Rd
    Zip code: 83705
  • Coin Exchange-Treasure Valley
    3200 W Overland Rd
    Zip code: 83705
  • Fast Bucks
    8050 W Fairview Ave # A
    Zip code: 83704
  • Fastbucks
    8249 W Overland Rd # 110
    Zip code: 83709
  • First National Pawn
    919 N Orchard St
    Zip code: 83706
    (208) 658-0472
    (208) 658-0461
  • Idaho Gold & Silver
    1717 W State St
    Zip code: 83702
  • Idaho Gold & Silver
    2749 S Broadway Ave
    Zip code: 83706
  • Idaho Gold & Silver
    6807 W Fairview Ave
    Zip code: 83704
  • Idaho Gold Gem Silver & Coin
    7070 W State St
    Zip code: 83714
  • Jay’s Pawn Shop
    3131 W Chinden Blvd
    Zip code: 83714
    (208) 344-0261
    (208) 344-0261
  • Pawn 1
    11405 W Fairview Ave
    Zip code: 83713
  • Rosehill Coins & Jewelry
    3506 W Rose Hill St
    Zip code: 83705
    (208) 343-3220
    (208) 343-3240
  • Security Gold & Silver Exch
    3400 W State St
    Zip code: 83703
    (208) 343-5050
    (208) 343-2424
  • Security Silver & Gold Exch
    3400 W State St
    Zip code: 83703
  • Vista Loan & Pawn
    6961 W State St
    Zip code: 83714

Boise, at just over 214 thousand people, is the most populous city in the state of Idaho and is located on the Boise River, in southwestern Idaho. Being the largest city, its downtown is known as a cultural center, and is packed with many small businesses as well as a few mid-rises. While it is not as bustling as most cities, it has a variety of shops, and a growing presence of dining options. A well-known area in Boise is known as the “North End,” and contains a lot of the area’s older, and more historical, homes. It has gorgeous tree-lined streets, quiet neighborhoods, and is conveniently by the downtown area for when the area hosts festivals. Its local economy is also in big part thanks to several major companies with headquarters in the area: Boise Cascade LLC, Albertsons, J.R. Simplot Company, Idaho Pacific Lumber Company, Idaho Timber, WinCo Foods, Bodybuilding.com, and Clearwater Analytics. One thing you may not know about Boise is that it is known as a regional hub for jazz, theater, and indie music. It is home to the Gene Harris Jazz Festival every spring and the Treefort Music Fest in early March, which aims to highlight emerging bands. Another thing that one can do in Boise is a number of recreational activities. Some of the best activities can be found at the Boise River Greenbelt, which is an extensive urban trail. It follows along the river, which is a common destination for fishing swimming, and rafting. You can also check out the World Center for Birds of Prey, which is the headquarters for The Peregrine Fund, an international non-profit organization founded in 1970 that conserves endangered raptors around the world.