Stick it in a sandwich bag and donate it to thrift stores. Artsy people or high school kids go there all the time and are fine with buying broken stuff-they can fix it, turn it into something else, etc.
You can also donate it to charities-people will still buy it, especially if its for a good cause.
I would try to sell them first; if you can get a little extra cash for your broken or unwanted jewelry by selling it to a pawn shop or even a refinery, then why not. But if it’s not worth the trouble, or you just feel like donating for the spirit of things, then thrift stores, Goodwill, or even some churches or charities may take them off you.
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