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In April i bought my fiancee an engament ring from Helzberg.Its 14k white gold diamonds and blue sapphires.

It after taxes was $3064.00 i lost my job do to layoffs and she was out of work for a period. I didnt wanna sell her ring, but shes very modest and practical. Upon trying to see how much id be able to possibly get for the ring. I was devastated to learn my ring only has a value off 250 dollars.

I wanted to cry or punch sonething. I was shown many rings which were biggee more vibrant for far far less than what i paid.

And thats not even including the $189.00 insurance.This should be illegal.

Review about: Helzberg Diamonds Ring.

Reason of review: Pricing issue.


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Pawn shops or jewelry stores never give you what you paid.I pawned my 18k gold and diamond Tiffany locket that I paid over 1,000 for.

I got 75 dollars.It doesn't mean the ring is not valuable; those shops just prey on the desperate.


Everyone knows that when you either try to return or outright sell a piece of jewelry, you won’t get anywhere close to what you paid.

This is not a Helzberg issue, it’s a life learning issue.

BTW, I’m not a jeweler, nor do I work for or have ever purchased anything from the company.No dog in this fight.

to KJM #1405829

Obviously you're not a jeweler, nor are you very educated.As far as precious metals go, do you understand spot price or how about solid gold versus clad in gold, and diamond ratings clarity, carbon cracks, all kinds of knowledge needed when buying precious minerals etc., But you don't need to be a rocket scientist either.

The knowledge needed to buy an engagement ring can be done online in about 15 minutes so you at least know what questions to ask and what to look for. You stated that the unhappy buyer should know that if you buy jewelery, you are going to take a hit in your wallet if you need to sell it.....that is so inaccurate and misleading and pretty much ignorant.

Why respond to a person's problem if you are no help what so ever, you can't be that bored in life?So, as far as buying and selling jewelery is like selling a used car, you are so WRONG.I'm not a jeweler, but I am a well informed electrician lol.

to Joe Shmo #1409230

KJM is right though. It doesn't matter what the ring is worth, you won't get that back pawning or selling. It doesn't mean the store misrepresented the value.

to Joe Shmo #1421676

You are wrong and not educated on reselling jewelry.I have had personal experience.

I had mine priced and was only offered less than a fifth of what was paid, and less than a year later.

The only way to get my full value is to turn it in to the same jeweler, and buy something twice the price, then they will deduct the price of the original jewelry.Don't know if all jewelers offer that but Jareds does.


Since you purchased insurance you should be in receipt of a valuation certificate.That is what the store says is the value of the ring is to replace.

Go back to them with your valuation certificate if Heilzberg is telling you it is worth only $250.Heilzberg is quite aware that is grounds for fraud.


Do you live near honey boo boo?


Breaking news: diamonds are a ripoff


Who told you $200? Don't be a fool, keep checking, they had to be wrong.

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