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Friday, May 7, 2021

Curious about the value of your hidden treasures?

Jewelry Design will be hosting National Rarities, America’s most trusted estate buyers, in May. National Rarities has been partnering with trusted local jewelers around the country to provide residents a way to have valuables evaluated and purchased from them without leaving the neighborhood. Local jewelers attest that National Rarities is a trustworthy company with an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau and a 5-star Google rating.

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Jewelry Design will be hosting National Rarities, America’s most trusted estate buyers, in May.

The process is simple, come by Jewelry Design May 11-13th and visit with one of the estate specialists from National Rarities. They will have a conversation with you about your items and make a fair, no-obligation offer on the spot. Many sellers find this a convenient way to liquidate valuable collectibles they may have inherited or acquired over their lifetimes or simply get some cash for scrap gold that is laying around the house. Bring in your fine jewelry, platinum, gold, sterling silver, watches, fine artwork, vintage toys, and more for a no-obligation evaluation. For a full list of what they are buying visit www.nationalrarities.com.

Mark your calendar NOW with the event dates of May 11–13th. The event at Jewelry Design, 1040 Bichara Blvd Located in La Plaza Grande South and 3455 Wedgewood Ln Located in Southern Trace Plaza. Call the store for directions at (352) 751-0202 for the location on Bichara Blvd or (352) 430-0303 for the location on Wedgewood Ln. No appointment is needed, but you are invited to call (888) 787-1112 to ask any item-related questions about your valuable collectibles or arrange a house visit.

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