Your Northern Ontario Gold Buyer

True North Gold Buyer Ltd., we are your gold, silver and platinum buyers for Sudburry, Thunder Bay, Sault Ste. Marie, North Bay, Timmins, Kenora and Canada wide. We offer you top prices for your old gold, silver or platinum jewellery or any other gold, silver or platinum containing items, such as rings, bracelets, necklaces, earrings, watches, coins, bars, silverware, crucibles, thermocouples or dental gold.

Get started now using our Payout Estimator to get a close estimate of the payout you can expect for your precious metals. All you need to know to get started is the karat / precious metals content of your items and their weight. You can find detailed instructions on how to sort and weigh your items, use our Payout Estimator and send them in for an appraisal in our "How it works" section.

For your convenience, below you will find a list of Northern Ontario cities and towns we service. Please keep in mind that our service is not limited to these areas. We will buy your precious metals all across Ontario and Canada.

ONTARIO AREAS WE SERVE

Gold buyer for all Northern Ontario communities

  • Greater Sudbury
  • Greater Sudburry Downtown
  • Greater Sudburry New Sudburry
  • Thunder Bay Northeast
  • Thunder Bay Downtown
  • Thunder Bay Southwest
  • Thunder Bay Central
  • Sault Ste. Marie East
  • Sault Ste. Marie Central
  • Sault Ste. Marie South
  • North Bay South
  • North Bay North
  • North Bay Central
  • Timmins
  • Kenora
  • Elliot Lake
  • Temiskaming Shores
  • Dryden
  • Atikokan
  • Blind River
  • Chapleau
  • Cobalt
  • Cochrane
  • Espanola
  • Englehart
  • Earlton
  • Fauquier-Strickland
  • Fort Frances
  • French River
  • Greenstone
  • Hearst
  • Ignace
  • Iroquois Falls
  • Kapuskasing
  • Kirkland Lake
  • Marathon
  • Markstay-Warren
  • Mattawa
  • Mattice-Val Cote
  • Moonbeam
  • Moosonee
  • Nipigon
  • Northeastern Manitoulin and the Islands
  • Opasatika
  • St. Charles
  • Sables-Spanish Rivers
  • Sioux Lookout
  • Smooth Rock Falls
  • Val Rita-Harty
  • Wawa
  • West Nipissing

CUSTOMER REVIEWS

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I had some jewelry that had been collecting dust for years, some old mismatched pieces. They were very nice and answered all my questions. I don’…

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What a sincerely great experience. I’ll definitely do business with them again if I find anymore jewelry I want to sell.

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EXAMPLE OF ITEMS WE BUY

We buy gold, silver and platinum rings

Gold, Silver & Platinum Rings

A finger ring is a circular band worn as a type of ornamental jewellery around a finger; it is the most common current meaning of the word ring. Other types of metal bands worn as ornaments are also called rings, such as arm rings and neck rings.
Rings are worn by both men and women and can be of any quality. Rings can be made of metal, plastic, wood, bone, glass, gemstone and other materials. They may be set with a "stone" of some sort, which is often a precious or semi-precious gemstone such as ruby, sapphire or emerald, but can also be of almost any material.

Shapes and styles

Various ring shapes and styles exist. The following are but a few.

  • Flat wedding bands are the simplest form of ring that can be made. A flat wedding band basically consists of a strip of metal that is bent around into a loop and joined where the ends meet.
  • Half-round rings, also called D-shape rings, are flat wedding bands that are filed half-round on the outside.
  • Sleeve rings are rings that consist of a thin inner ring or sleeve, with several other rings stacked onto it to form one solid ring. The rings can either be soldered onto the sleeve or the ends of the sleeve can be upset (like a tube rivet) to keep them all together. A little of both can also be done.
  • Solitaire rings are rings with a single large stone as a centrepiece, usually a diamond.
  • Eternity rings are rings with stones, usually diamonds, of the same cut and size, set in one row all around the ring. The stones are usually round or square, and the setting is usually either claws or a channel setting. When the stones do not continue around the entire ring, but stop halfway around the finger, it is called a half-eternity ring.
  • Trinity rings are three rings to be worn at one time.
  • Cluster rings are rings with a group of stones in a cluster setting, forming the focal point of the ring. The cluster setting usually consists of one large stone (usually round or oval) in the center surrounded with several smaller stones.

Usage

Aqiq ring
A carnelian or Agate ring worn by some Muslims, especially Shi'ah, in imitation of Muhammad and the twelve Imams.
Championship ring
A ring presented to members of winning teams in professional business leagues as well as college tournaments in North America.
Claddagh ring
An Irish friendship ring. It is traditionally used to indicate the state of romantic availability.
Class ring
Worn by students and alumni in commemoration of their graduation.
Dinner ring
An oversized ring, set with non-precious or semiprecious stones.
Eclarian ring
A ring worn by gay men to represent their beliefs. This ring has a separate centre which rotates.
Engagement ring
A traditional ring worn by a woman to indicate her engagement to be married.
Engineer's Ring, Iron Ring
A ring worn by engineers on the pinky finger of their working hand to remind them of their ethical obligations.
Eternity ring
A ring symbolizing eternity with a partner.
Finger armor ring
Typically it spans from the base of the finger to just below the nail or middle of the second joint and includes a bending joint.
Friendship ring
Friendship rings are used to symbolize a close relationship that has no romantic undertone.
Gimmal ring
Ring made of 2 or 3 linking hoops, popular for betrothals in 16th and 17th century Europe
Magic ring
A fictitious ornament that appears frequently in fantasy stories and fairy tales.
Mood ring
A novelty ring which changes color in response to body temperature, using a thermochromic liquid crystal.
Mother's ring
A ring worn by a mother displaying the birthstone of each of her children, and sometimes including those of the mother and father.
Mourning ring
A ring worn in memory of someone who has died.
Multi-Finger ring
Two or more conjoined rings, designed to be worn across two, three, or four fingers; popularized by hip-hop culture.
Pinky ring
A ring worn on the pinky finger.
Posie ring
A ring with a short inscription on its outer surface.
Pre-engagement ring
A small, inexpensive ring given to a partner, to promise not to court a rival.
Promise ring
A ring worn to remind oneself of a promise one has made.
Purity ring
A symbol of virginity in some religious cultures.
Puzzle ring
Interlocking rings forming a single band; difficult to reassemble if removed from the finger.
Poison ring or Pillbox ring
A Ring consisting of a pillbox fitted into the ring, either for keeping medication or poison.
Regards ring
A Victorian engagement ring with an implicit acrostic: Ruby, Emerald, Garnet, Amethyst, Ruby, Diamond, Sapphire.
Ring of O
A ring inspired by the Story of O, Pauline Reage's novel, in which the heroine, "The O" is presented with such a ring as a symbol of her submission.
Rosary ring
A rosary ring is a ring worn around the finger with 10 indentations and a cross on the surface, representing one decade of a rosary. The rings are used to keep track of place in the prayer by rotating the ring on a finger and feeling the marks.
Signet ring
An emblematic, often familial, ring, often bearing a coat of arms, fit for use to imprint a wax seal on documents etc.
Sovereign ring
A typically large, gold ring, set with a gold sovereign as its decorative feature.
Thumb ring
This largest of finger rings is worn on the thumb primarily for fashion, but is also worn as a symbol of will power or internal energy, sexuality, and other beliefs or attitudes.
Watch ring
A small analogue or digital watch to be worn around a finger.
Wedding ring
A ring presented in many marriage ceremonies to signify marital commitment. Originally worn only by the woman, it is now common for both spouses to wear such a ring.
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