After my divorce, I was left with a few decisions to make. What to do with our shared possessions? Should I stay in the city or move back home? Should I keep my married name or go back to my maiden name? Should I sell my engagement ring?
I decided to let him have everything he brought into the marriage. It was easier that way because I didn’t want any reminders of him. I decided to move back home. I went back to my maiden name (fortunately my kids weren’t his so that was not an issue); and I decided now it was the right time to Sell my ring.
I know that for some people it is hard to let go of that beautiful diamond ring. It has sentimental value. It may even be the biggest asset you own that you didn’t have to split, but what is it really worth? You may be even considering passing it down to your daughter or niece, but then again, they might just want their own. I have three simple reasons for you to let it go already!
3 Reasons to Finally Sell Your Diamond Engagement Ring
1. You will never wear your diamond engagement ring again without thinking about the end of your marriage.
The months and years leading up to the end of the relationship is never good. Admit it. So the sentimental value of the ring gets lost in the urge to possibly choke your ex to death because of the misery you feel. Sell the ring.
2. Can you honestly say your daughter or niece would really want to wear your old engagement ring?
They might think it’s cursed because it didn’t work for you so they can’t really think it would work for them. Sell the ring…
3. The value of your diamond engagement ring, sell it before it depreciates that much more!
Think of the ways you can spend the money… emergency fund, kid’s college fund, vacation, down payment on a house or car. The ring is yours and the money can be put to good use. Sell. The. Ring!!!
My Experience Selling My Engagement Ring
My experience with selling my ring was quick. I didn’t ask, I just took it to a pawn shop I saw many times before and told them to make me an offer. I didn’t even really haggle because I needed the money, so I basically accepted their first offer. Because the ring wasn’t too terribly expensive, I was happy to get something at all.
Now that I’m older (and wiser) and have better intel, I know that I probably could have gotten a lot more. With new services popping up all the time I could have learned more about it and held out for a much higher price. My state of mind at the time was to just get it over with. I wanted no reminders of that time in my life.
Sell Engagement Rings to Highest Bidder?
But what if I had a service that would give me the trending market value, a real grading report and help me sell it to the highest bidder?
What if I could mail the ring into a service that handles these types of sales at no cost to me? What if I could have gotten more money than the pawn shop gave me for the ring?
Back then there was no online service like that, but I just found out about one called Worthy that values based on the market trends and auctions wedding rings to the highest bidder. I’m so jealous that divorced women can do that now. Lucky ladies!
Stress-free Way to Sell Engagement Ring
Worthy works with women every day and offers a stress-free experience for divorced women who want to sell their diamond engagement ring online for the highest possible price.
The process is easy and there is a team of expert professionals who help and assist you every step of the way and answer your questions and explain the differences between Total Carat Weight and Carat Weight.
The ultimate goal is to get the best value and the most money from selling an engagement ring after divorce.
If I had this kind of service 10 years ago selling my engagement ring would have been such a wonderful process. I would have gotten so much more money that would have helped with my move, been put to an emergency fund, or went toward making the first Christmas without my Ex both beautiful and unforgettable.
Even though it wasn’t available for me, you can take full advantage of it. You just follow the steps on the Worthy.com website. You basically send in your ring at no cost after getting a market range of its value. The gem experts assess the value of the stone (they have to remove it from the ring with your permission). After they evaluate it they ask you what is the lowest price you will accept and then they put it up for auction. They do not get paid until your ring is sold. The fees range from 5% to 20% depending on the sale price of the ring. It’s that easy! Why wasn’t this service available 10 years ago.
Do you have an engagement or wedding ring set locked away? Are you ready to get rid of it but get the most money from the sale? Are you ready to move on with your life? Check out the site, submit your ring, and start your life over again on your terms.