Jewellery repairs refer to the process of fixing or restoring damaged or broken pieces of jewellery. The repairs can range from simple tasks such as replacing a lost stone or fixing a clasp to more complex tasks such as resizing a ring or rebuilding a piece of jewellery from scratch.
The repair process typically involves assessing the damage, determining the best course of action, and then carrying out the repair work using specialised tools and techniques.
Some common types of jewellery repairs include:
Ring resizing: This involves adjusting the size of a ring to fit the wearer's finger.
Stone replacement: This involves replacing a missing or damaged stone in a piece of jewellery.
Clasp repair/replacement: This involves repairing or replacing a broken or damaged clasp in a necklace or bracelet.
Chain repair: This involves repairing or replacing a broken chain in a necklace or bracelet.
Prong repair: This involves fixing or replacing bent or broken prongs that hold stones in place.
It's important to note that not all jewellery can be repaired. Some pieces may be too damaged or may have design flaws that make repairs impossible. It's always best to consult with a professional jeweller to determine whether or not a piece of jewellery can be repaired.
We would love to welcome you to our showroom located at 24 St Quentin Avenue, Claremont to discuss your jewellery repair project. Feel free to drop in or contact us to schedule a time to visit our showroom. You can reach us by email, phone or Facebook Messenger