Hawaii is home to lush, tropical forests and white sand beaches, but its geology doesn't support the formation of gold. If you have a metal detector, you might have some luck finding discarded jewelry or coins, but if gold is truly what you're... (Read More)
The Hawaii Gold Buyers Exchange brings attention to St Patrick's Day | | Today is March 17, 2020, St. Patrick’s Day. St. Patrick’s Day or the Feast of Saint Patrick, is celebrated annually on this date, the anniversary of his death in the... (Read More)
Americans love their jewelry.
Fashion icon Iris Apfel once said, "Jewelry is the most transformative thing you can wear."
Jewelry can make you feel like you're on the red carpet or it can signify a once-in-a-lifetime event like a wedding... (Read More)
The Hawaii Gold Buyers Exchange brings attention to March's Birthstones, Aquamarine & Bloodstone. | | Aquamarine's name comes from the Latin for seawater, and ancient mariners claimed the gem would calm waves and keep sailors safe at sea. This... (Read More)
Could you use some extra cash? At the Hawaii Gold Buyers Exchange, we are a one-stop shop specializing in the purchase of diamonds and precious metals such as gold, silver, platinum, palladium. We are not a jewelry store or pawn shop. We simply... (Read More)
All that Glitters…Part 1How are Diamonds Made? | The Hawaii Gold Buyers Exchange brings attention to Diamonds. | Diamonds. The mere sound of the word creates visions of shiny and glittery stones; visions of romance; commitment; wedded bliss. |... (Read More)
The Hawaii Gold Buyers Exchange is a one-stop specialized clearing house for precious metals — gold, silver, platinum, palladium — and diamonds. We are a professional company involved in the analysis, procurement, refinement and reintroduction... (Read More)
The Forty-Niners tried their best but the ultimate Super Bowl champs of 2020 are the Kansas City Chiefs! | Now it’s time to pay off your bets. Bring your unwanted gold, silver, platinum and palladium metals, in any form, along with your diamonds... (Read More)
The Hawaii Gold Buyers Exchange brings attention to February's birthstone, Amethyst. | Amethyst is February’s birthstone. The name “Amethyst,” comes from the Greek word, “Amethystos,” which means, “a remedy against drunkenness.”... (Read More)