The Current Price of Gold
The price of gold is changing every minute, which constantly affects the retail cost of fine jewelry. Prior to 2004, gold had been just under $400 per ounce, but as of 2010, the price of gold had risen to well over $1,000 per ounce. This large increase in the value of gold started a big trend among jewelry stores in buying jewelry their customers no longer wear. Bring your jewelry you no longer wear into Ross's Rings & Things, and we can give you a detailed quote based on today's gold market.
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