Jewellery restoration is the process of repairing or renewing old or damaged jewellery to bring it back to its former glory. Many types of jewellery can be restored, including rings, necklaces, bracelets, earrings, and brooches.
The restoration process may involve repairing broken or damaged pieces, replacing missing stones, polishing and cleaning, and resizing. The goal of restoration is to preserve the original beauty and character of the piece while ensuring that it is functional and wearable.
The first step in the restoration process is to assess the piece and determine what repairs are needed. This may involve taking apart the jewellery and examining it under magnification to identify any damage or missing parts.
Once the repairs have been identified, the next step is to carefully restore the piece. This may involve replacing missing stones or repairing damaged ones, fixing broken or weakened metal, and polishing and cleaning the piece to restore its shine and lustre.
In some cases, it may be necessary to recreate missing parts or replicate the design of the original piece. This requires a skilled craftsman who can work with precision and attention to detail to ensure that the restored piece looks as close to the original as possible.
Jewellery restoration is an important process for preserving the beauty and value of antique or heirloom pieces. It allows these precious items to be passed down from generation to generation, ensuring that their beauty and history are preserved for years to come. By restoring old or damaged jewellery, we can honour the craftsmanship of the past and create a legacy for the future.
If you have a piece of jewellery that requires restoration, please visit us with the piece and we would be honoured to provide you with a complimentary quote.
Visit us at 24 St Quentin Avenue, Claremont to discuss your jewellery 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