Q: How long will my repair take?
A: Our repairs are all done on site by our Jeweler who is here Monday through Friday. Most repairs will have a 24Hr Turn around time depending on the difficulty of the job
Q: How much does it cost to size a ring?
A: The Answer to this question is a tricky one if we cant see your ring! The cost of sizing a ring up or down depends on many different factors including:
-How far up or down does it need to go?
-How many stones are in it?
-How thick is the shank?
-What material is it made out of?
-Is there anything else that needs to be done to
it before it can be sized?
The easiest way to obtain pricing is to stop by our store so we can inspect your jewelry!
Q:What is your return policy?
A: The answer is, we will go to the end of the world to make our customer as happy as humanly possible! While we cant refund money, we can exchange your item for something you will love!
Q: Do you change watch batteries?
A: We do! Depending on the watch, Batteries start at $15.00
All of our watch batteries come standard with a one year warranty, but you have the option to upgrade that warranty to 3 years, or lifetime plan!
Q: Do you buy gold and stones?
A: We do! Bring us what you are looking to sell and we can show you how to make your money go the furthest!
Q: Why is my Jewelry discoloring my skin?
A: Sometimes jewelry can leave black or greenish marks on the skin. Some may think that this is because you are allergic to the metal, however, more often than not, it’s just the reaction between the metals with your skin.
Copper: Can turn skin green.
Silver: Can turn skin black because silver tarnishes.
Nickel: Can turn skin green. If you are allergic to nickel, you won’t just have stained skin. Jewelry that contains the metal will make your skin itchy and red where it comes in contact with your body.
Gold: Rarely will stain skin, but the other alloys mixed with gold to create its color may. For example, white gold may be gold mixed with nickel or silver to create the white appearance. Many people do have a reaction to nickel. Some other times it can be a reaction to the acid in your skin that can break the gold down.
There are ways to prevent jewelry from staining your skin.
Try keeping your jewelry clean and tarnish free can help. Also, try to keep your skin dry when wearing jewelry or only wearing the pieces for a short amount of time.
If you have allergies to metals, or jewelry tends to react and stain your skin, try 18k gold (more pure metal), platinum, stainless steel or titanium when buying your next jewelry item.