Find out how much that old, broken and unwanted jewelry is really worth at Chagrin Falls Gold and Coins

Cara Reider
Cara Reider, owner of Chagrin Falls Gold & Coins, pictured with Bear

By Mary Malik

It’s time to cash in on that old, broken and unwanted jewelry. Cara Reider, owner of Chagrin Falls Gold and Coins, will take it off your hands and turn it into cash—on the spot.

“Everyone has gold and silver jewelry they’re not wearing,” says Cara. “Some pieces might even be considered family heirlooms, but for you there is no sentimental tie. You can bring those items to me and exchange them for the funds to create some new memories. Consider it a way to start fresh and do something meaningful for yourself.”

Cara buys gold, silver, coins and other small collectibles. She will give you an estimate and you can walk out with cash.

“People often don’t know the worth of something so they stick it in a drawer to collect dust,” says Cara. “Broken chains and high school rings are all often worth much more than they expected. And I will pay you the highest percentages in Ohio, guaranteed.”

Gold and silver prices fluctuate daily. Cara determines the purity and weight of your items and makes you an offer based on the price of gold that day.

“Gold, platinum, silver, I’ll assess the value,” says Cara.

And when you’re searching through those drawers, don’t limit yourself to jewelry. Cara takes flatware, tea sets, candlesticks and more as long as it’s sterling.

“Silver and gold are on the rise,” says Cara. “Bring it all in. I’ll tell you what you have and what it’s worth. It makes people happy to sell unused items for cash, and it makes me happy to be a part of it.”

Chagrin Falls Gold and Coins is located at 8535 East Washington St. in Bainbridge, on the corner of East Washington and Rt. 306, just across from Dunkin’ Donuts. Hours are Monday-Thursday, 10:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.; Friday, 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.; Saturday, 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. For information, call 440-468-0099.