boston, massachusetts Pawnbrokers, Diamond & Gold Buyers Directory

If you have decided to sell some of your used jewelry, there are many businesses that pay cash for diamonds in Boston, Massachusetts. The city has various pawnbrokers, gold buyers, diamond buyers, and watch buyers that will gladly purchase secondhand jewelry. Some of these businesses appear in the directory below.

In addition to these local businesses, WP Diamonds also provides the convenient option of selling your used gold and diamond jewelry with our online service.

When you are ready to sell diamonds in Boston, Massachusetts, WP Diamonds provides you with a quick, secure, and easy alternative to the traditional brick-and-mortar businesses. We buy and sell on the international market, which allows us to pay you more cash for your jewelry, and that cash can be in your hand in as little as two days.

WP Diamonds buys loose diamonds, rings, earrings, bracelets, and more. We are also interested in top luxury watch brands such as Rolex watches, so if you are looking for a topnotch gold, diamond, or watch buyer in Boston, feel free to explore our website and learn more about the simple online process.

Pawnbrokers

  • 235 Gold
    235 Gold St
    Zip code: 2127
  • AAA Boston Pawn
    18 High St
    Zip code: 2110
  • Boston Estate Buyers
    333 Washington St # 403
    Zip code: 2108
  • Boston Jewelry Loan
    53 Bromfield St
    Zip code: 2108
  • Cambridge Jewelry & Watch Byrs
    333 Washington St #421B
    Zip code: 2108
  • Continental Assaying-Boston
    333 Washington St # 212
    Zip code: 2108
  • Simpson Loan Co Inc
    44 Temple Pl
    Zip code: 2111
  • Suffolk Pawn Brokers & Jwlrs
    1888 Washington St
    Zip code: 2118
  • Suffolk Pawn Brokers-Jewelers
    1888 Washington St
    Zip code: 2118
    (617) 445-5087
    (617) 445-5650
  • Williams Of Boston Jewelry
    333 Washington St # 516
    Zip code: 2108

Diamond Buyers

Founded by English Puritans in 1630, Boston, Massachusetts is one of the oldest cities in the United States. The city has a large population of Irish and Italian American citizens in its 48 square miles and 23 designated neighborhoods. Pivotal in the American Revelation, Boston was the site of several historical events famous enough to make the history books, such as Paul Revere's ride, the Boston Massacre, and the Boston Tea Party. These and other war-instigating events earned Boston the nickname The Cradle of Liberty. Despite their belligerent heritage, Bostonians pride themselves on having a great sense of humor. As prime examples of this humor, Conan O'Brien and Jay Leno are from Boston. Even though Boston has Irish pubs on practically every street corner, happy hour is illegal in the state of Massachusetts. Guinness is a favorite brew, but craft beer houses are also popular. Clam chowder is a local favorite, along with Boston baked beans (of course!), and cannoli is the dessert of choice. Dunkin Donuts originated in Boston, and the franchise appears on almost every block. Boston is also a city of “firsts.” Boston had the first subway in America, built in 1897. The country’s oldest restaurant is Boston’s The Union Oyster House. Harvard University, founded in 1636, is the oldest institute of higher learning in the United States. The city also boasts Fenway Park, the oldest sports stadium still in use in the US. Fenway is home to the Boston Red Sox, who have won the World Series seven times—so far. This city is full of hardcore sports fans that also cheer on the NBA’s Boston Celtics, the Boston Bruins of the NHL, and the New England Patriots of the NFL.

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