akron, ohio Pawnbrokers, Diamond & Gold Buyers Directory

If you find yourself trying to sell diamonds in Akron, Ohio you may not be quite sure where to begin. With the list we’ve provided you should be off to an okay start if you are looking to sell in your local area at a pawn shop or with a local gold buyer. Out of the diamond buyers in Akron, Ohio we’ve listed you should find a good price for your diamond rings and jewelry, but of course you should research all the options first. You should also keep these things in mind if you are trying to sell watches in Akron, Ohio. Even though some may be somewhat reputable, local watch buyers in Akron, Ohio you should still see as many options as possible to get the correct price for your Rolex watch, or other luxury timepieces.
For another alternative to compare from, you could always look into a trusted diamond and watch buyer that is just as convenient, if not more than, the local options: WP Diamonds. The reason that we have gained such a great reputation in the business is because the expertise of our employees, as we have both GIA trained gemologists and designer watch experts valuing every piece we receive. After being properly examined, your item is compared to the current secondhand market where we are able to come to a final, fair, and competitive offer. WP Diamonds has an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau and also has ample online reviews from online customers that you can check out, further attesting to our secure and professional service.

Pawnbrokers

  • Al’s Of Ohio
    680 E Market St # 1
    Zip code: 44304
  • Cashland
    10 Canton Rd
    Zip code: 44312
  • Executive Gold Buyer’s
    760 Canton Rd
    Zip code: 44312
  • Ohio Gold & Diamond Echng
    3 Merriman Rd
    Zip code: 44303

Diamond Buyers

  • C L Davis Mfg Jewelers Inc
    76 S Main St # 142
    Zip code: 44308
  • Diamond Castle
    2000 Brittain Rd # 941
    Zip code: 44310
    (330) 630-2500
    (330) 630-2501
  • E A Mabry Inc
    445 N Portage Path
    Zip code: 44303
  • Glenn Fisher Jewelry Inc
    2380 Manchester Rd
    Zip code: 44314
    (330) 745-1153
    (330) 745-7277
  • Howard Jewelry Ctr
    2000 Brittain Rd
    Zip code: 44310
  • Icing By Claire’s
    2000 Brittain Rd # 711
    Zip code: 44310
  • J C Penney Co
    2000 Brittain Rd # 600
    Zip code: 44310
    (330) 633-7700
    (330) 633-4274
  • Jared The Galleria Of Jewelry
    3900 Medina Rd
    Zip code: 44333
    (330) 665-4636
    (330) 666-7946
  • Mc Donnell & Bracken Jewelers
    1262 Weathervane Ln
    Zip code: 44313
    (330) 836-2446
    (330) 836-2474
  • Piercing Pagoda
    2000 Brittain Rd # K6
    Zip code: 44310
  • Quality Jewelers
    1672 Merriman Rd
    Zip code: 44313
  • Solid Gold Jewelers
    1562 Akron Peninsula Rd # 121
    Zip code: 44313
    (330) 922-3207
    (330) 922-9821
  • W J Frank Co
    2291 W Market St
    Zip code: 44313
  • Zales The Diamond Store
    2000 Brittain Rd
    Zip code: 44310

Akron is the fifth largest city in the state of Ohio, with over 197 thousand residents, and is located in northeastern Ohio on the western edge of the Glaciated Allegheny Plateau. The city also has two nicknames that it goes by, the “Rubber City,” and the “City of Invention,” and the residents of the town are known as “Akronites”. Because of its location on both the Ohio and Erie the city became a manufacturing center, and it was also helped by being connected to railroad lines as well. With Goodyear, Gojo Industries, FirstEnergy, FirstMerit Corporation, and Time Warner Cable among its employers, Akron's economy has diversified sectors that include manufacturing, education, healthcare, and biomedical. Akron is a thriving city, with many points of interest, one of which is the Akron Art Museum, which has been operating since 1922, and currently showcases over 20,000 square feet of art produced since 1850. Another must-see when in the area is the Stan Hywet Hall and Gardens. The attraction is actually the estate of F.A. Seiberling, the founder of Goodyear Tire and the Rubber Company, both of which were very influential in the area. You should also check out the various attractions that may be in town when you visit, with many different events coming to the Akron Civic Theatre, in the heart of downtown. Another thing that you can’t leave without checking out is the great cuisine in the area. Many Akronites have been influential defining American cuisine: Ferdinand Scumacher created the first American Oatmeal and started General Mills Oatmeal Company and the Menches Brother are the disputed inventors of the waffle cones, caramel corn, and the hamburger.

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