Trusted Jewelry Service in Milford, OH.
Jewelry repair is what’s kept Kirk & Company Jewelers in business for over 30 years. We have professional goldsmiths, engravers, and diamond setters on-site. Jewelry repairs are done in-house, so your jewelry does not leave our shop. We will always explain to you exactly what needs to be done to your piece of jewelry when you bring it in and get your final approval before starting any repairs. Most jewelry repairs take about two weeks.
As with all our repairs, ring sizings are done in house. All of our ring sizing jobs include checking and tightening the gemstones and a stone tightness and stone loss guarantee for one year**.
Sizing also includes rhodium plating for white gold rings. Pricing for ring sizing ranges from $100-$300 for most rings.
Ring Sizing ... continued
The price is calculated based on what type of metal the ring is made of, how much the size needs to be changed, how wide the ring is, and how many gemstones are in the ring.
We do offer express ring sizing; you’re welcome tocontact usto see if we’re available for same day services before you bring in your ring.
**Stones up to .25ct
**warranty excludes two-prong settings and Cubic Zirconia
After years of wear, the shank (base) of a ring can wear very thin and be vulnerable to cracking or breaking. When this occurs, it is time to get a new shank.
We remove the worn out section of the ring and replace it seamlessly with all new metal, making the ring last for years to come.
The tips of a ring are the very tops of the prongs that hold the gemstone in place. Since the tops are exposed to the most wear, they can get worn down over time. When the tips wear thin, the gemstone will loosen and can fall out or get damaged. If the tops of the prongs on your ring look flat and thin and instead of rounded or your jewelry is starting to snag on your clothing, it may be time for some re-tip work.
Re-tipping simply adds metal to the prongs to increase stone security and prevent stone loss. Occasionally the prong itself may be bent or cracked; in that case we will repair or rebuild the entire prong as well as check the other prongs to make sure everything stays secure.