The experienced staff of professional jewelers at Watch Technicians in Creve Coeur can repair your jewelry, usually the same day. All jewelry repairs are done in-house, and we offer a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee.
Stop by our shop at Craig and Olive, call us, or contact us to make an appointment. We can fix your broken clasp, resize your bracelet, replace missing stones, and more – fast. Most repair are ready the next business day.
Our commitment to quality and your satisfaction ensures you will leave our store happy. Our jewelers will answer any questions or concerns you have during your one-on-one consultation.
We offer free, no-obligation inspections and estimates on all jewelry repairs. We’ll check jewelry prongs to make sure your diamonds are secure, and we will clean your ring, necklace, or bracelet for free just for stopping by.
What types of jewelry do you work on?
All jewelry types. We can fix your broken chain, reset loose stones, repair your sterling silver bracelet, refurbish you heirloom ring, and more. Our talented jewelers are experienced in all jewelry repairs.
How much does jewelry repair cost?
It depends on the service. Give us a call or stop by today, and we’ll be happy to provide you a free one-on-one consultation and estimate.
Do I have to make an appointment?
Can you replace diamonds?
Yes, absolutely. We access all our diamonds at wholesale prices, which in the diamond industry makes a huge difference. If the diamond you want is not in stock, we can have it the next day or so.
Why do prongs wear down?
When it comes to precious metals such as gold or silver is very soft. After time you will start noticing the prongs that hold your diamonds either break completely, get smaller or bend, so the stones on your ring may become loose and are more likely to get damaged. We recommend checking your jewelry prongs every 6 months.
Do you resize rings?
Yes, usually the same day. Click here to learn more.
What is Rhodium plating? How long does it last?
If your gold jewelry is looking discolored or dull, our jewelers can bring it to its original sheen with rhodium plating. After treatment, your ring will resist scratches and have a white, reflective appearance.We recommend rhodium plating every 12-18 months to maintain the beauty of your gold jewelry.