Silver purchasing as a family tradition
We come from a long family tradition of trading and buying silver and gold, and therefore know the ropes like no other. For this reason, we are able to provide you with expert information and detailed explanations about what happens to your silver.
We know that selling your silver valuables is not always easy. You want to make sure you receive a fair and honest amount for it. We help you with that by telling you exactly how we arrive at our offer so that it is completely transparent to you. This way, you can sell your silver with a reliable and pleasant feeling. Our motto is therefore: "Buying gold and silver, but fair!".
To silver to make it sturdier, it is mixed with other metals. In most jewellery, the silver content is 92.5%. This is called 925 silver or "first grade". Cutlery often has 83.5% silver and is called 835 silver or "second grade". These numbers can be found in small marks on the items. Second and third fineness is mainly used on silver objects or silverware. Silver-plated objects have a thin layer of silver on them and the rest of the object is other metal. These contain very little silver, and are therefore worth much less. They can be recognised by the mark 80, 90 or 100.
Selling silver gracefully
Whether beautiful or ugly, old or new, you can sell all your old silver at De Goudwaag in The Hague. The purchase of silver bars, silver coins, silver tableware, silver items, silver necklaces, silver bracelets, silver charm bracelets, silver charms, we are happy to do it. Of course, you can also go for gold jewellery with us.