Selling your Cartier is easy if you know where to begin. Whether you own a handsome watch or a brilliant diamond pendant, there are many people looking to purchase beautiful Cartier pieces. Cartier is known for luxury and the company's history adds to the value of each piece. Cartier was founded in 1847 by Louis-Francois Cartier, master jeweler to Europe's royalty. Surprisingly, it wasn't until 1904 that Cartier's first wrist watch, the Santos, was introduced.
Contact a jeweler to sell your Cartier. Many high-end jewelers will take a trade-in or purchase pieces for cash.
Sell your Cartier watch to a broker. There are many watch brokers online who will give you a free quote for your piece. Be sure to check with the Better Business Bureau when doing online transactions.
Sell your Cartier on Ebay, Craigslist or Amazon. Ebay and Amazon charge a fee but Craigslist is free to list your items. Take close-up pictures of the pieces and be sure the description is accurate and inclusive. Look at ads for similar pieces to see the type of information listed.
Visit a pawn shop. Many pawn shops will purchase Cartier but will offer you quite a bit less than you would get if you sell it yourself.
- lady's watch image by Tammy Mobley from Fotolia.com