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What can I do with my old wedding ring?

Do you have a wedding ring that you no longer wear? Whether you have stopped wearing it after a break up or a new anniversary ring has replaced it, don't just let it sit in your jewelry box. We can ...
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Can this broken clasp be fixed?

Of all the components that make up most pieces of jewelry, the most vulnerable is the clasp. The clasp holds the piece securely together around the neck, wrist or ankle of the wearer and regular we...
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How can I make a custom remembrance of a loved one?

When someone close to you passes away, you can create a keepsake that will help you keep the memory forever. Turn your grandma’s old brooch or your grandpa’s wedding ring into something special, simp...
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What is my ruby ring worth?

Rubies are the most valuable members of the corundum family and can be more valuable than diamonds of the same size. Wondering how much your ruby ring is worth? Come to our workshop and we will expla...
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What can I do with loose gemstones?

A lot of people purchased loose semi-precious gemstones from TV networks. If you are one of these people and don’t know what to do with the stones, we can help! One of our members brought us a quant...
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What is my Opal pendant worth?

Doing valuation of opal is a complicated process as it involves lot of factors like its type, body tone, brilliance, pattern, color bar thickness & faults, quality of the cut & polish and the size of ...
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What is my gold jewelry worth?

Dominic Maratta, the owner of Dominic's Fine Jewelry, found his passion for working with jewelry at a young age. He began his career in high school working in Chesterfield, Michigan at Jewelry by Mary...
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What can I do with an old ring that has sentimental value?

One of our members came in with old jewelry to sell, including a ring that had to be at least 100 years old! The ring was bady worn. The bottom of the shank was bent, which allowed a stone to fall o...
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