Tag Archives: refine silver
Written on December 19, 2018 at 1:44 pm, by Arch Enterprises, Inc.
Jewelry Payouts on scrap jewelry are based on the amount and regularity of your shipments. We have built a strong base of jewelry store and gold buying clients by offering very competitive rates on high volumes of gold. Plus, as one of the largest silver refiners in the United States, we can offer extremely competitive returns on scrap silver jewelry, flatware, and other items.
With our XRF analytical testing equipment, we have the technology to evaluate non-marked items and account for the precious metal in these pieces.
Components Other items that jewelers, jewelry manufacturers, and jewelry mills regularly refine
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Buyers of Gold, Silver, Platinum, Palladium and Rhodium
Written on December 12, 2018 at 12:27 pm, by Arch Enterprises, Inc.
Go Direct with Arch Enterprises Inc. for your refining needs on Gold, Silver, Platinum and Rhodium. We have processed material for several fortune 500 companies over our business years. We have helped many manufactures turn waste into substantial amount of money back into there business.
Sell Gold and Silver Direct to the Refiner
Written on December 11, 2018 at 3:04 pm, by Arch Enterprises, Inc.
Sell outdated Karat Gold jewelry and Sterling Silver jewelry direct to the Refiner Arch Enterprises.
Karat Gold and Sterling Silver Jewelry Recycling
Written on December 10, 2018 at 1:56 pm, by Arch Enterprises, Inc.
Buyers of Gold, Silver and Platinum Jewelry direct with the Refiner Arch Enterprises.
20 Pounds of Silver Contacts Refining Estimate
Written on November 19, 2014 at 9:44 am, by Arch Enterprises
Q: Hi, I have 20 pounds of silver contacts. Please let me know if you take this material and how much my return will be. – From Dawn in Modesto, California
A: Thanks for your question! We get a range of silver contacts to refine. Your 20 pounds of material meets our volume requirements for silver contacts. Silver bearing contacts vary widely in silver content. Typically, the best and worst case scenarios are anywhere from 35 to 90 percent silver.
We can return 65% of the silver dollar value back to the customer. This percentage is due to the presence
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