Pawn Luxury Watches

At King Gold and Pawn, we aim to make everyone feel comfortable by providing them with all relevant information. We pride ourselves on assessing the true worth of your items and offering you the best possible deal, making selling your luxury watches, or any other items, a hassle-free experience.

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What is a Luxury Watch?

Luxury watches are highly sought-after timepieces known for their exceptional craftsmanship, precision, and often exclusive designs. These watches go beyond mere timekeeping and are often considered as status symbols, fashion accessories, and sometimes even investments.

Here are some of the key aspects associated with luxury watches:

  • Craftsmanship and Materials - Luxury watches are crafted with meticulous attention to detail, using high-quality materials such as precious metals, diamonds, sapphires, and exotic materials like mother-of-pearl or meteorite. The craftsmanship involved in creating these watches often includes intricate hand-finishing and intricate movements.

  • Mechanical Movements – Many luxury watches feature mechanical movements, often referred to as "automatic" or "manual" movements, where the watch is powered by a complex system of gears and springs.

  • Limited Editions and Exclusivity – Many luxury watchmakers release limited editions or exclusive collections, contributing to the exclusivity and uniqueness of their timepieces.

  • Complications – Luxury watches often feature complications beyond basic timekeeping, such as chronographs, tourbillons, perpetual calendars, moon phases, and more.

  • Innovations and Technology – While traditional craftsmanship is crucial, many luxury watch brands also incorporate cutting-edge technology, such as advanced materials, anti-magnetic components, and innovative manufacturing processes.

  • High Resale Value – Certain luxury watches, particularly those from well-established brands, can retain or even appreciate in value over time. This aspect attracts collectors and investors to the world of luxury watches.

Top Luxury Watch Brands

Some luxury watch brands have a long history and tradition, often passed down through generations with their heritage contributing to the prestige and value of their watches. For instance, Switzerland is renowned for producing some of the world's finest watches. Swiss watchmaking is associated with precision, quality, and heritage, resulting in prominent brands such as Rolex and Patek Philippe having their headquarters in Geneva.

All luxury watches are top-tier in terms of craftsmanship, innovation, and prestige.

Here are several iconic luxury watch brands known for their heritage and innovation:

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How Our Loan
Process Works

  • The minimum period for repayment of an AML loan is 60 days and the maximum period of repayment is 120 days or longer if you renew your AML loan.
  • You are not required to pay back the full loan amount for the first 120 days. If you pick up your loan the same day, you have to pay 1 month of interest (2.5%) for the purpose of securing and storing items in a vault.
  • Loans can be paid-off at any time during the loan term at no extra charge.
  • We will only charge for time in which the loan had a balance outstanding.
  • We do not charge interest on the interest amount added to the loan.
  • The Maximum Annual Percentage Rate (APR) for our AML Loans is 30%.
  • Here is an example of the total cost of an AML loan. If you borrow $100 for 120 days (4 months) at our monthly interest rate of 2.5% you would pay a total of $10 in interest for a total of $110.
  • All items will be returned to the borrower in the exact condition received after the loan balance has been paid in full. We hold the right to sell the collateral if the borrower fails to repay the loan as agreed.