Buy and sell gold, silver coins in Lansdale
As a family-owned business with over 20 years of precious metals experience, Doylestown Gold Exchange & Jewelers has carefully crafted a reputation as a trusted buyer and seller of gold, silver and jewelry. With the price of gold and silver on the rise, you want to get the best value for your used or unwanted jewelry. Come in for a detailed evaluation, and find out how much cash you can get for your silver, gold or coins.
Expert Lansdale jewelry and watch repair
With more than 15 years of experience in repairing jewelry, we can repair any piece in a timely fashion, and give customers a detailed description of their items and the work that’s being done, so they know they’re getting their jewelry repaired to their satisfaction. Our expert watch repairman can provide everything from basic crystal replacement to a complete overhaul of a Rolex.
Doylestown Gold Exchange buys your diamonds
At Doylestown Gold Exchange, our expertise extends beyond gold and silver sales into the world of diamonds. Our graduate gemologist Greg Glemser can give you a great price and an extensive education on loose diamonds. We will give you our best offer on any type of diamond, including diamond engagement rings, diamond earrings, loose diamonds and diamond wedding bands.
Your Lansdale source for custom diamond engagement rings
When it’s time to find the right engagement ring, speak to an expert. Our gemologist Greg Glemser can help you choose the diamond that’s right for your intended, and the ring to go with it. We have a number of styles to choose from, and if you can’t find the right one, we can custom design any ring you want. We will be with you every step of the process, to make sure you go home with the perfect ring.
To find out more about selling or buying gold and silver jewelry and coins, or to learn about our diamond experts or any other services, contact Doylestown Gold Exchange here.
About Lansdale PA (Zip Code: 19446)
Lansdale is a small borough located in east central Montgomery County, approximately 28 miles northwest of Philadelphia. The town expanded around property owned by the Jenkins family, who occupied 120 acres of land. The introduction of the PA Railroad in the mid 19th century allowed the area to grow exponentially. In the early part of the 20th century, industries in Lansdale included agricultural implements, canning, foundries, mills, and a variety of other manufactories. Although contemporary Lansdale is entirely different, it is still considered an excellent place to raise a family in Pennsylvania.