Sterling silver was being utilized in Colonial America starting as early as 1634, both as currency and common goods.  As the popularity of sterling silver uses spread in the New World, affluent families enjoyed meals on sterling silver flatware. These prized possessions were passed down through the generations. In our fast-paced modern lives, we no longer have time for elaborate meals with our inherited sterling silver flatware. Generally speaking, the millennial generation does not have a need for their inherited flatware.  Have you inherited sterling silver flatware that you no longer have use for? Sell your silver in Kansas City to Diamond Banc.
At Diamond Banc, our biggest asset is our expertise. As a leading reseller and lender in the jewelry industry, we’re constantly following trends and designers to better serve our customers.
Take David Yurman, for example. The brand’s pieces, like the iconic cable bracelet, are only growing in popularity. But since many of the most popular pieces are made of sterling silver, other jewelry buyers won’t even consider making an offer. However, at Diamond Banc, you can get between 15 and 25 percent of the retail value of your sterling silver David Yurman jewelry.