Fine jewelry is susceptible to wear and tear, so always have your fine jewelry checked annually. When jewelry repair needs arise, we are here to provide you with trusted advice and service
It Starts With Trust & Expertise
When you have jewelry repair needs, you must have confidence in the skill of your jeweler. Diamond Doug has over two decades of experience in the design, construction, and repair of all kinds of jewelry. As a small business, we pride ourselves on treating your jewelery as if it were our own. Our staff is trained and tested so they are prepared to receive your repairs and advise you as to the most cost effective way to bring your jewlery back to 100% while keeping the integrity of the piece. Your jewelry is in skilled hands and the repair will be performed professionally and ethically.
Some Tips Before You Go:
It’s always good to have a sense of the value of the piece for the our insurance purposes. We will evaluate and give you a quote for the cost and time of the repair work. We will always ask your permission before preceeding with any work.
Resizing a Ring
If too loose or too tight, there are a few ways we can resize your ring:
Cutting & soldering: A cut is made and metal is either added or removed to adjust the size to fit.
Sizing beads: placed on the inside of the bottom of the shank, these accommodate slight discrepancies in size for a half size or less
Spring inserts placed inside the shank adjusts to 1-2 full finger sizes.
A chain after being repaired is never as strong as it was before it was broken. While most flat chain repairs are nearly undetectable, if the chain is very small, lightweight or badly damaged, there may be some stiffness in surrounding links after the repair is completed. Chains that are more difficult to repair due to their complexities include link chains, like rope and cable chains, and herringbone chains.
Constant wear of rings can cause prongs to wear and the potential for losing a precious gemstone to increase. Something as simple as exposure to bedsheets or gardening can affect prong strength. Depending on the severity of the prong wear, they will be replaced, re-tipped by adding a metal to the top of the prong, or replacing the entire prong head. When repaired, prongs will match in size, shape and dimension