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Sponsored: Exciting Buying Event at Tammy’s Jewelry

Sponsored: Exciting Buying Event at Tammy’s Jewelry

Waynesville's favorite Jewelry Store owner, Tammy Mosley, is hosting a Jewelry Buying Event on June 6,7, and 8 during normal business hours.  

Tammy said, “For the past few years we have seen a surge of people wanting to sell their gold, silver and platinum jewelry, silverware, coins, diamonds, and precious stones. The younger generations just don’t want what is being handed down. We want to help our community by bringing in a knowledgeable and experienced buying team to our store where a person will feel safe and comfortable selling their unwanted valuables.”

With 30+ years in the jewelry business, Tammy knows the top buyers and sellers of estate jewelry. Beneficial Estate Buyers, who she uses twice a year for her estate trunk show events, also has an experienced buying team that travels the country year-round, purchasing estate jewelry, watches, diamonds and more.  

At the events, the buyers share their extensive knowledge with the clientele, creating a comfortable environment for customers to sell their unwanted valuables. You can rest assured that your property will be accurately and professionally appraised for its maximum cash market value by expert appraisers.  

As stated on Tammy’s website, “There is something quite special about a piece of jewelry that has withstood the test of time. At Tammy’s Jewelry, we carry a collection of estate jewelry that is constantly being updated. Eras such as Art Deco and Victorian hold beauty that is still relevant and cherished today.”

During the upcoming buying event, Tammy and her staff are excited to bolster this collection of antique, heirloom and estate jewelry. Please call Tammy’s Jewelry for an appointment. Whether you have a few broken chains, a silver tea set, or an entire jewelry box full of old jewelry and watches that you would like to sell, Tammy wants to hear from you. 

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  • Yeah she's a favorite alright she took almost a $1000 cash from me and then won't take back the stuff so I could pay rent and now me and my wife are homeless

    posted by Cody Shelton

    Monday, 06/13/2022

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