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Repair

Our commitment to building lasting relationships with our customers includes being there beyond the sale. When you need to repair or update your treasured jewelry, trust matters – because even if you don’t wear a piece every day there are emotions and precious memories attached to it. We understand.

Cornell’s Jewelers strives to be your trusted and dependable experts for all things fine jewelry. So whether you need a new clasp on a bracelet, a ring sized, a watch repaired or a diamond set, you can always count on Cornell’s Jewelers to assist you with your jewelry service needs.

We will protect your treasures as we do our reputation, and you can be confident that all work will be done by trained, experienced professionals with the utmost skill and care. Our staff of experts has decades of experience in jewelry repair and restoration, and will treat your pieces with the highest level of care while preparing them to be enjoyed for years to come.

Whether you need to repair your engagement ring, service an investment timepiece, or size an heirloom piece, we’re happy to help you. Because we know your jewelry is an extension of who you are, we’ll be sure to keep you informed of the status of your piece and get it back to you as quickly as possible.

If it is something simple that can be completed while you wait, like a battery replacement for your timepiece or a stone tightening on your ring, we welcome you to make yourself comfortable in our showroom and enjoy an espresso or glass of wine while browsing our curated collections of fine jewelry and timepieces.

If you have a basic repair that can be evaluated and taken in by our trained sales professionals, you can generally expect to be quoted a 10-day turnaround and given a price quote at the time your repair is taken in. Otherwise, your piece will be taken in for evaluation of any required work to be determined by our jewelers.

Our shop offers a full range of services including:

Sizing: We can make necessary size adjustments so that rings, bracelets and necklaces are custom fit to your preferences.

Laser Welding: Our state of the art laser allows intricate repair of pieces that would be further damaged by the intense heat of traditional soldering methods.

Rhodium Finishing: Our plating process can restore the vibrancy of white gold.

Diamond and Colored Gemstone Setting: Our master jeweler can set diamonds, precious and semi-precious gemstones into all styles of jewelry, whether prong, channel or bezel set.

Pearl and Bead Re-stranding: From normal wear pearls and beads may require periodic re-stranding. We recommend bringing your pearls and beads in once a year so we can evaluate the integrity of the stringing and knotting.

Prong Replacement and Re-tipping: We recommend bringing your rings in every six months so we can inspect the setting and tighten, re-tip or rebuild prongs as needed to protect your gemstone(s).

Clasp Replacement: Clasps can wear down and need replacing. We are also able to replace traditional clasps with a different style clasp that is equally secure but easier to manipulate.

Watch Repair: From battery replacements, pressure seals, to new bracelets and straps our watch experts can help get your timepiece back in top condition.

Broken Jewelry Repair: From rings to bracelets, necklaces and earrings, our jewelers are the experts at repairing almost all broken links, clasps, prongs and hinges.

Replacing Precious Gemstones: If you have lost a diamond or colored gemstone from your setting, our master jeweler can find the perfect matching gemstone for your piece.

Having your jewelry cleaned and checked on a routine basis is a critical part of maintaining its beauty and security. While a diamond lasts forever, the metal it is set in does not! We recommend that you stop by Cornell’s Jewelers every six months for a free cleaning and inspection.

Our trained sales professionals will use state of the art steam cleaning and ultrasonic equipment to make your jewelry sparkle like new! They will also use a microscope to closely inspect your jewelry to spot loose gemstones, worn or missing prongs, faulty clasps and other signs of wear.

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