Answering Your Questions About Fine Jewellery and Watch Repair

Posted on: 14 November 2017

If you have a piece of fine jewellery or a very expensive watch, you'll want to have it cleaned and repaired by a professional as needed. There are many reasons for having this done, and especially for ensuring this work is done by someone with proper training and credentials. Note a few questions you might have about this work, so you can ensure you keep these pieces in good repair at all times.
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How Jewellers Avoid Heat Damage During Repairs

Posted on: 6 July 2017

Are you worried that your jewellry will be damaged as it is soldered? Read on and discover some of the measures that jewellers can take to ensure that heat does not damage the jewellry during the soldering process. Using Laser Soldering Tools Many jewellers who repair high-end jewellry have laser tools for soldering those expensive items. Such a soldering tool can be controlled to deliver a precise amount of heat to the target area of the jewellry without endangering the rest of the jewellry.
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Custom Engagement Rings | 3 Styles To Delight Your Modern Bride With A Fabulous Ring

Posted on: 22 December 2015

If you've decided to pop the question and you know that clear-cut solitaire diamonds aren't your bride's cup of tea, then you've got your work cut out for you in your quest to find her the perfect engagement ring. Modern brides-to-be will love the idea of striking alternatives to traditional engagement rings, so you have a myriad of choices –– from coloured-gem statement pieces to cluster-diamond modern rings. Whether you choose ready made or custom engagement rings, use these styles to delight your modern bride with a fabulous ring.
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How To Clean Your Diamond Rings

Posted on: 29 October 2015

Diamond rings can lose their sparkle over time, and having your gems professionally cleaned can be very expensive.  However, you can do a great job yourself using items that you'll already have around your home.  Here's how to clean your diamond rings at home. What you'll need water metal saucepan fork kitchen towel muslin cloth toothpaste soft toothbrush dry, clean, non-lint cloth glass cleaning fluid How to do it
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