Should you consider selling your unused jewelry?

Selling Jewelry in Your 50s and 60s

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Your husband gave you a diamond necklace for your 10th anniversary, but it's been sitting unused for years. Should you consider selling it? To help us answer that and other questions, we've invited Andrew Fabrikant of FabOn5th to join us on The Dollar Stretcher interview.


Andrew Fabrikant is a partner in FabOn5th, a nationwide leader in buying diamonds and estate jewelry. His family has been in the business for over 100 years and is recognized worldwide for their ability to assess each item of jewelry not only for its intrinsic worth but its aesthetic value, its market desirability and history.

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