norfolk, virginia Pawnbrokers, Diamond & Gold Buyers Directory

If you try going to a pawn shop or gold buyer when you want to sell diamonds in Norfolk, Virginia, you will most likely be offered cash for diamonds in Norfolk, Virginia. Because this is such a convenient way to get a return on your diamond rings and jewelry, we wanted to give you a list of all the places in your area so that you can find this option quicker. Out of these diamond buyers in Norfolk, Virginia you will find some viable options. We also included watch buyers in Norfolk, Virginia, just in case you are trying to sell watches in Norfolk, Virginia, such as a Rolex watch, or other luxury brand.
But, if you want a non-local alternative as well, you should begin at WP Diamonds, where you will receive a fair and expertly produced amount for your items. We have a team of GIA trained gemologists and designer watch experts that will value you items using their education in the business, and by comparing your piece to the current secondhand market. Because of this trusted process, we are known via online reviews from previous clients as a professional and secure diamond buyer, and have an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau.

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Norfolk, Virginia has a population just over 247 thousand people, and is the second largest city in Virginia behind its neighboring city of Virginia Beach. Its name mimics the natural harbor that is located at the mouth of Chesapeake Bay. The city, being home to the largest Navy base in the world (Naval Station Norfolk), has a long history as a strategic military and transportation point. It is also home to one of NATO’s two Strategic Command Headquarters, the corporate headquarters of Norfolk Southern Railway, and Maersk Line, limited, which manages the world’s largest fleet of US-flag vessels. With the location is bordered by multiple odies of water, its realty boasts miles of riverfront and Bayfront property, including beautiful beaches on the Chesapeake Bay. Other than its many military uses, you can also visit Norfolk for its other attractions, one being the Chrysler Museum of Art. It was founded in 1933 as the Norfolk Museum of Arts and Sciences, but in 1971 gained its new name after automotive heir, Walter P. Chrysler Jr. donated most of his extensive collection to the museum. It greatly expanded the museum’s collection, making it one of the major art museums in the Southeastern United States. You could also check out ‘Nauticus,’ which is a maritime-themed science center located on the downtown waterfront. And, lastly, you can view the beautiful Norfolk Botanical Garden, which is 155 acres and opened in 1938.

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