You’ve banged your bracelet on the car door handle. Or snagged your diamond’s prong in a heavy sweater.
Your pendant took an impromptu dive down the garbage disposal. Maybe your brooch went swimming in the washing machine.
You’ve simply worn your piece until the metal is getting thin.
If you wear your diamond engagement ring all the time, you really should be checking the prongs for wear & tear at least once a year, probably every six months. It’s a sad day when your special diamond goes missing because a prong was bent or worn.
We’ve seen it happen.
In fact, we can tell you stories that will make your skin go bumpy.
It’s much better to check those prongs often and re-tip them when they need it.
The bottom line?
Stuff happens to your jewelry.
We like to say scars are signs of a life well lived. Well, it’s the same with jewelry. Your rings, pendants, and bracelets live their lives to the fullest too. They “sprain an ankle” or “skin a knee” every now and then. Heaven forbid, sometimes they even “break a leg!” From time to time they need to “go to the doctor” just like you do.
When a jewelry injury happens, we can help you out!