Has your fine jewelry seen better days? Why not bring your cherished pieces to Christensen & Rafferty Fine Jewelry, where our expert jewelers will make them look as good as new.
Is your favorite necklace broken, or are the prongs on your engagement ring wearing thin? Perhaps your ring is a bit too loose and needs to be sized. Or your gemstone is looking a bit dull and could use a good polishing.
From a simple cleanup to a total rebuild, we will examine your jewelry and give you an evaluation for any repairs that may be needed. Every repair will be expertly done to our meticulous standards.
Our repair services include:
Ring shank replacement
Chain repairs including clasp replacement
Necklace length adjustment
Pearls and beads restringing and length adjustment
Plating: rhodium, black rhodium, yellow gold, rose gold, or platinum
Restoration of tarnished jewelry
Special care custom fitted to your jewelry
Bring your jewelry to us where our expertise and craftsmanship will make them look as good as new. Come in for a free estimate!
Pearl & Bead Restringing
We offer cleaning and restringing services for pearls and pearl jewelry. For security and durability it is best to restring pearl necklaces and bead jewelry at least every five years.
Cultured pearls are often strung on silk thread with a knot between each pearl. This keeps the pearls from rubbing against each other and prevents all the pearls from cascading to the floor if the necklace was to break.
Silk thread is susceptible to wear and tear, especially if you wear the necklaces all the time. The fine silk can stretch and weaken, so if you see extra space between the knots that separate the pearls from each other, that could be a sign that the necklace needs to be restrung.
Trust our experts to handle your finest pearl and gemstone beads.
We provide free estimates.
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