White Gold ring

Grimcow

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May 18, 2013
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So apparently I am becoming a magnet for these rings... This is the second one I have found without being able to find an owner. I am really a little clueless what to do with these rings I have found now. This one appears to be 14k white gold by the dealer Diamour. I weighed it in at 10 grams. Now I have looked and found the apparent melt value but then I would be stuck with these diamonds too.. I can't really seem to find a value of these ring either besides just its melt. I guess the questions are, Anybody know what this thing is worth? and Whats the best way to sell this sucker? remove diamonds and sell for the melt?

any help would be appreciated.
 

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Grimcow

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May 18, 2013
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Flagstaff, AZ
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Tesoro Silver Umax
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I forgot to mention one of the smaller diamonds on the side is missing
 

Alex Burke

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Apr 3, 2013
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The diamonds are worth money I would try to sell at a jeweler and see if they'll give you 50 above spot gold seems fair. Or pop them out and try to sell elsewhere or just keep them at least outer one lol.
 
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Grimcow

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May 18, 2013
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Flagstaff, AZ
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Might try that.. if it doesn't work out I get the feeling by the end of the summer I am going to have a basket of diamonds.... I work at a hotel that has lots of European tour groups come through so they lose stuff alot and generally its impossible to track them down.
 

Herb Boyd

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Worldwide there is a glut of small size (1/12 ct or less) diamonds, regardless of quality...based on 1391 gold, I'll pay $24 per gram on 14 K, it must assay .583 after melt...seller pays shipping, PM me for details or keep the thread here for open viewing, Thanks, Herb
 

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