Your Metropolitan Vancouver Gold Buyer
True North Gold Buyer Ltd., we are your gold, silver and platinum buyers in Vancouver, Surrey, Burnaby, Richmond, Coquitlam and Canada wide. We offer cash for gold, silver or platinum containing jewellery and other items, such as rings, bracelets, necklaces, earrings, watches, coins, bars, silverware, crucibles, thermocouples or dental gold.
Selling Gold to us is fast and easy. Use our Payout Estimator to calculate the payout you can expect to get for the items you want to sell based on current precious metals market prices. All you need to do is sort your items based on their karat / precious metals content, weigh them and put this data into our Payout Estimator. For detailed instructions on how to prepare and sell your gold to us, how to use our Payout Estimator and how to send in your items for appraisal, please have have a look at our "How it works" section.
For your convenience, below you will find a list of the Greater Vancouver Area municipalities we service. Please keep in mind that our service is not limited to these areas. We will buy your precious metals all across British Columbia and Canada.
HOW IT WORKS
Collect your unwanted jewellery and use our Payout Estimator
Collect the items you want to sell and group them by material and precious metals content. Enter the material weights along with your data into our payout estimator. After this you will receive an email with a shipping label, an order number and a link to enter your tracking number once you have shipped your jewellery.
Send your gold, silver and platinum items to us
Place jewellery and other precious metal containing items into a ziploc bag. Put the bag along with your order number into a small box, tape it shut and tape the shipping label to the outside of the package. Bring the parcel to your local post office and mail it to us as a tracked package. Use the link in our email to enter the tracking number for your shipment on our website.
Accept our quote and receive your top dollar payment
Once we receive your shipment, we list, weigh and test your precious metal containing items in our in house assaying lab and provide you with a quote via email. If you are satisfied and accept our offer, we will process your material and pay you via your chosen method of payment on the same day.
VANCOUVER AREAS WE SERVE
Gold buyer for all Vancouver neighbourhoods
- North Vancouver
- Maple Ridge
- New Westminster
- Port Coquitlam
- North Vancouver
- West Vancouver
- Port Moody
- White Rock
- Pitt Meadows
- Electoral Area A
- Bowen Island
- Lions Bay
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EXAMPLE OF ITEMS WE BUY
In Western tradition, an engagement ring is a ring worn by a person indicating his or her engagement to be married. Conventionally, the ring is presented as a betrothal gift by a man to his prospective bride while he proposes marriage or directly after she accepts his marriage proposal. It represents a formal agreement to future marriage.
In some countries, such as the United States and the United Kingdom, it is worn on the left-hand ring finger, while in other countries, such as Poland and Ukraine, it is customary for the ring to be worn on the right-hand. Similar traditions purportedly date to classical times, dating back from an early usage reportedly referring to the fourth finger of the left hand as containing the vena amoris or "vein of love".
In the United States and Canada today it is becoming more common, but still rare, that a woman will also buy her partner an engagement ring at the time of the engagement. These may be called male engagement rings or man-gagement rings, which is a portmanteau of "man" and "engagement ring". This practice is more common in other countries.
Before agreeing to marry, a couple may choose to buy and wear pre-engagement rings, also called promise rings. After marrying, the couple may wear both engagement rings and wedding rings, or just their wedding rings, as they prefer.
Most engagement rings, like any other kind of jewellery, can be classified according to their style. Since the middle of the 20th century, diamonds have widely featured in engagement rings. Solitaire rings have one single diamond. These traditional engagement rings may have different prong settings and bands. Another major category is engagement rings with side stones. Rings with a larger diamond set in the middle and smaller diamonds on the side fit under this category. Three-stone diamond engagement rings, sometimes called trinity rings or trilogy rings, are rings with three matching diamonds set horizontally in a row with the bigger stone in the center. The three diamonds on the ring are typically said to represent the couple's past, present, and future, but other people give religious significance to the arrangement.
A wedding set, or bridal set, includes an engagement ring and a wedding band that match as a set. In some cases, the engagement ring looks "incomplete"; it is only when the two halves are assembled that the ring looks whole. In other cases, a wedding set consists of two rings that match stylistically and are worn stacked, although either piece would look appropriate as a separate ring. Although the wedding band is not to be worn until the wedding day, the two rings are usually sold together as a wedding set. After the wedding, the bride may choose to have the two pieces welded together, to increase convenience and reduce the likelihood of losing one ring. A trio ring set includes a ladies engagement ring, ladies wedding band and a men's wedding band. These sets often have matching rings and are lower in price.
In some countries (but not most of the Western world), both men and women wear engagement rings. Both rings are often in the form of a plain band of a precious metal, however, modern "Alternative Metals" such as Stainless Steel, Tungsten Carbide, and Titanium are now being widely used. Often, the engagement ring eventually serves as the wedding ring for the man. In other cultures, the future bride may prefer to buy a wristwatch for her future husband as an engagement present. This is more common if she proposed marriage to him.