Sell Your Cartier

Sell your Cartier jewelry at one of our King Gold and Pawn shop locations across New York. At King Gold and Pawn, we aim to make you feel comfortable by providing you with all relevant information about your luxury jewelry. We pride ourselves on assessing the true worth of your luxury jewelry during our appraisal process and offering you the best possible deal for your Cartier jewelry.

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About Cartier

Cartier is a French luxury jewelry and watch manufacturer founded in Paris in 1847 by Louis-François Cartier. Cartier was established as a jewelry boutique in Paris, France, and quickly gained recognition for its exquisite designs, craftsmanship, and royal clientele. The brand's reputation for excellence grew under the leadership of Louis-François Cartier's descendants, who expanded the business globally.

  • Global Presence and Recognition - With a heritage spanning over 170 years, Cartier has earned a reputation as one of the world's leading luxury jewelry brands. Its enduring legacy of excellence, innovation, and elegance has solidified Cartier's place among the most prestigious names in the world of haute joaillerie. Cartier operates boutiques and retail locations in major cities around the world, including Paris, New York, London, Tokyo, and Shanghai. The brand's jewelry collections are sought after by clients who appreciate its blend of luxury, craftsmanship, and timeless style.

  • Design Features & Collections - Cartier is renowned for its classic and timeless designs, often featuring iconic motifs such as the panther, the Love bracelet, the Trinity ring, and the Tank watch. The brand has introduced collections featuring unusual shapes, textures, and finishes, as well as innovative mechanisms and hidden details that add depth and dimension to its designs. The brand's jewelry is characterized by its elegant lines, bold shapes, and meticulous attention to detail. Cartier has introduced several iconic jewelry collections over the years, each reflecting the brand's heritage and creativity. These collections include the Juste un Clou, Panthère de Cartier, Amulette de Cartier, and Cactus de Cartier, among others, featuring designs that combine innovation with timeless elegance. Cartier's luxury jewelry captures the essence of French sophistication, offering clients the opportunity to experience the beauty and elegance of each unique piece. Whether worn as everyday essentials or statement pieces for special occasions, Cartier jewelry embodies the brand's legacy of excellence, innovation, and timeless style.

King Gold and Pawn Locations

At King Gold and Pawn shops, each location has proudly served their community for over a decade, with every location being licensed, bonded and insured. Our team boasts decades of experience in appraising and valuing a wide range of items. Visit one of locations today for your free Cartier jewelry appraisal.

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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.