Gold: 1864.94
Silver: 22.61
Platinum: 908.01

Sell Silver in Charlotte, NC – Quick & Fair Cash Offers for Your Silver

Turn Your Sterling Silver into cash Today in Charlotte, NC

Your Trusted Buyer for All Types of Sterling Silver Items

Are you seeking a reliable place to sell silver in Charlotte, North Carolina? You’ve landed in the right place. At Atlantic Metals Xchange, we specialize in buying a vast array of sterling silver goods. Whether it’s your sterling silver flatware collection – silver forks, spoons, knives, and trays, exquisite silver dinnerware, or timeless silver candlesticks, we’ve got you covered.

Sell Your Sterling Silver Jewelry in Charlotte Today!

Dive into your jewelry box and bring us your sterling silver treasures as well. We’re ready to evaluate and purchase silverware, silver rings, necklaces, pendants, earrings, and more. If it’s genuine silver, it has a home with us.

Please remember, while we are enthusiastic about all things silver, we are currently not buying silver-plated items.

Make the most of Charlotte, NC’s thriving silver market, and transform your precious items into cash today. At Atlantic Metals Xchange, we’re dedicated to offering you the utmost value and an unrivaled selling experience.

Sell sterling silver set in charlotte, nc. Silverware buyers in Charlotte.

We buy all kinds of real silver, here is just a partial list:

  • Silver Jewelry
  • Silverware Sets
  • Broken Silver Jewelry
  • Unwanted Silver Jewelry
  • Silver Bracelets
  • Silver Rings
  • Silver Watches
  • Silver Earrings
  • Silver Necklaces
  • Silver Hoop Earrings
  • Silver Charms
  • And More
Here is a list of famous silversmiths with links to historical information about them:
  • Paul Revere (1734-1818) – An American silversmith who is famous for his role in the American Revolution. Biography
  • Hester Bateman (1708-1794) – Known as the “Queen of Silversmiths,” she was an English silversmith noted for her refined and delicate style. Biography
  • Georg Jensen (1866-1935) – A Danish silversmith and founder of Georg Jensen A/S, a company known for its high-quality silver products and jewelry. Biography
  • Paul de Lamerie (1688-1751) – One of the most celebrated English silversmiths, renowned for his Rococo style. Biography
  • Tiffany & Co. (Founded in 1837) – Founded by Charles Lewis Tiffany, this American luxury jewelry and specialty retailer is known for its silver jewelry and tableware. Company History
  • Gorham Manufacturing Company (Founded in 1831) – An American manufacturer of sterling silver, this company is known for innovations in silverware manufacturing. Company History
  • Omar Ramsden (1873-1939) – An English designer and silversmith known for reviving older styles and creating high-quality, hand-crafted silver objects. Biography
  • Suzanne Belperron (1900-1983) – A French jewelry designer known for her innovative use of materials, including silver. Biography
  • Allan Adler (1916-2002) – An American silversmith, renowned for his modernist designs in silverware and jewelry. Biography
  • William Spratling (1900-1967) – An American-born silversmith who was influential in the Mexican Silver Renaissance. Biography

Please note that some of the links are to biographies of individuals, while others are to the history pages of companies founded by renowned silversmiths.


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