Have you ever been to a party where you actually get paid instead of spending money to buy some ice cream scoop or candle you don’t even want?! So have we…and that’s why we created Gold Parties. There are a few things you should know about gold parties:
1. Gold buyers in Oklahoma can only buy at their business location and no where else (Gold buyers in Oklahoma can’t come to a residence to do a Gold Party)…which is the reason we opened our new location on 33rd and Broadway in Edmond. We have the best place to throw a party for your friends! We are available to do evening parties all week long and even during the day on Saturdays and Sundays.
2. We provide the invites for you to give to family and friends, finger food and drinks, door prizes and extra buyers to make sure your party runs smooth and your guests have an incredible experience.
3. The average party that we host buys $3000-$5000 in gold and silver. That means the host will make an extra $300-$500! Now that’s a great party.
There are several times left for you to schedule a Holiday Gold Party and help your family and friends have the extra money they could use for the holidays. Give us a call today and we’ll make it happen. 405.796.4993
If we took movie plot lines as fact, we’d believe in underground caverns containing secret piles of gold and other buried treasures.
In this case, the movies almost have it right. It isn’t underground, and it is probably more orderly than a haphazard pile of golden coins, but the United States Bullion Depository holds nearly 5,000 metric tons of gold bullion. That equates to roughly 2.5% of all the gold ever refined in the history of mankind.
Located in Fort Knox, Kentucky, the depository and Gold Vault were constructed by the U.S. Treasury Department in the 1930s. The vault is lined with granite walls and protected by a door that weighs in at 22 tons. As for opening that door, no single person knows the entire combination — different staff members know bits and pieces of the code, which they must each separately dial in order to access the vault.
If you’re dying to see it for yourself, don’t head to Kentucky hoping for a tour — federal law prohibits any visitors on the depository’s grounds. Between Fort Knox and other U.S. depositories, the United States owns more gold than any country in the world — more than two times the amount of Germany, the next leading country.
You might not have access to an underground vault, but if you’re looking to sell gold in Oklahoma City, come to Valley Gold Mine for a consultation with the experts — visitors are welcome, and no password is required.
One of the things we like most is helping people find what they are looking for. There are many days when we point people where to buy large amounts of gold, find a collector’s coin or even have jewelry repaired. Many times we are asked about where to buy diamond engagement rings. Purely Diamonds is a great place online to shop and you can find several local ring makers too (although it will cost more to customize rings from a local shop).
Also, we are in the middle of several fundraising projects for non-profits right now. If you help an organization with their funding we can be a huge help in finding untapped financial resources in gold and silver jewelry. Contact us at 405.753.5356 and let’s talk about how we can serve you and your cause.
You might be surprised to learn that gold jewelry is not always gold in color. Depending on the type and amount of other metals combined with the gold in making the jewelry, several colorful outcomes are possible. There is a veritable rainbow of gold-based hues you may encounter when you’re looking to sell or buy gold in Oklahoma City.
Also known as pink gold or rose gold, copper content is what gives this type of gold its reddish hue. Raising and lowering the amount of copper in this alloy will alter the intensity and amount of red. Red gold is commonly used in jewelry as well as high-end musical instruments, such as flutes.
The color most traditionally associated with gold jewelry, yellow gold has the highest percentage of pure gold in comparison to other colors of gold. It is most popular among people who want traditional gold jewelry.
Green gold occurs in the absence of copper. When only gold and silver are combined, a greenish-yellow hue is the result. This type of gold can be useful when adding leaves and floral designs to a piece of gold jewelry.
Blue and Purple
Blue and purple gold are not commonly used to construct whole pieces of jewelry because of their tendency to cause skin discoloration. Because of their poor corrosion resistance, blue and purple golds are often used as gems or accents on a piece of jewelry.
Perhaps the most widely used gold besides yellow gold, white gold has gained popularity in recent years as an alternative to traditional yellow-gold jewelry. It has a similar appearance to silver, with a less chrome-like hue.
When a gold mixture contains a certain degree of cobalt, it turns the metal black. Black gold jewelry is popular with people who want strikingly unique engagement and wedding rings. Recently, a method has been developed to create black gold using a laser.