Bracelets are an increasingly popular accessory worn by both women and men
Since the time of Ancient Egypt people have worn bracelets — usually made of gold or silver, sometimes decorated with shells or semiprecious stones. As bracelets got more sophisticated, they were crafted with inlaid designs made of precious gemstones.
Bracelets are worn today as an accessory for ornamentation, to make a certain type of statement. Once you wear a bracelet regularly your wrist will start to feel naked without one.
What Happens When Your Bracelet Needs Care and Repair?
There are several reasons that your bracelet might become damaged, need polishing or require routine maintenance. You might want to adjust the length, repair the chain, replace a broken clasp, or you might need a break soldered.
Most importantly, when you get a bracelet repaired, you want to make sure that you choose a jeweler who can render the break undetectable after the repair work has been done.
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Who Repairs Your Jewelry and Bracelets?
The traditional route many people have taken in the past usually consists of taking jewelry to local repair shops, maybe a jeweler you must search for at the mall. It can be exhausting. Many times, local jewelers won’t have parts on hand and that means you’ll be waiting for weeks or months to get your bracelet back.
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An Innovative Approach to Bracelet Repair
My Jewelry Repair remains an innovator in the jewelry repair business and provides an alternative to the conventional approach to bracelet repair. We repair bracelets, anklets, and more. If its jewelry, chances are we can repair it.
We have an easy, online, mail-in process with facilities on the East and West coast — both equipped and staffed to ensure safe handling and precise yet speedy execution.
We can repair bracelets that experience wear and tear from everyday activities. We can replace clasps, tighten loose stones, perform complete hinge pin rebuilds, and more. We can also fix and place safety chains, so your bracelet doesn’t fall off your wrist in case your clasp breaks or fails in the future.
If we can’t find a part, we need to perform your repair, we can custom make the part ourselves if need be. That’s our level of commitment. Our master jewelers have the training and expertise to perform any bracelet repair you need. Let’s get started today! We’ll have your bracelet fixed or refurbished with speed, precision, and, best of all, convenience.
If you require a different kind of repair or service for your ring, feel free to Contact Us.
For a cost breakdown, please visit our Pricing List.
We can repair all the different bracelet types
Tennis, Bolo, Bangle, Cuff, Leather, Charm, Beaded, Link, Stretch, Identification
Jewelry RepairPricing chart for costs associated with various jewelry repair services.
|Tighten Loose Stone with repair||$4.99|
|Pearl Restringing (Knotted or Unknotted Per Inch)||$4.99|
|Rebuild / Replace Prong||$19.99|
|Set Stones (1-5 Stones)||$49.99|
|Solder 2-3 Rings Together||$49.99|
|Prong Re-tipping (Up to 12 Prongs)||$49.99|
|Solder / Fix break in Ring or Chain||$44.99|
|Replace Earring Posts or Backs||$49.99|
|Change Earrings to Screw Posts & Backs||$89.99|
|Replace Head & Set Stone||Estimate|
|Other Miscellaneous Work||Estimate|
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Print your shipping label and order slip. Choose your insurance, pack your repair(s). My Jewelry Repair provides step-by-step instructions for safe packaging and travel. All you have to do from there is schedule USPS courier pickup if you don’t want to leave your home, or drop-off (with your nearest USPS location). Tracking included for safe arrival and transparency.
Our experienced team evaluates every bracelet individually, delivering personalized care to every item we receive for repair. No hidden fees. If additional jewelry repair is needed, we let our customers know up front.
For more information, visit our How it Works and online bracelet repair page.
You Never Have to Leave Your Home!
When you find yourself asking where to go, you'll be glad to know we can provide services from anywhere in the country! We have locations on both coasts and offer free standard shipping - even from Alaska and Hawaii.
All of Our Services Are Available at All Times
From Boston to Orange County, Portland to Atlanta, our services are not limited by location, and can serve you anywhere in the U.S. with Free Standard Shipping. Meaning you can get the highest quality in bracelet repair without restriction
You’ll never have to navigate a baffling mall layout again, looking for a 'quick' repair that takes forever. All you have to do is put the bracelet in the mail and we’ll have it back with a quick turnaround, fully restored, fully functional.
Once we receive your bracelet, we can usually send you your estimate within 24 hours, but never more than 72 hours. Once approved we finish work on the bracelet within 3-5 business days.
The total time depends on your location and the shipping option you choose. We provide free standard shipping utilizing USPS Priority Mail, which is 2-3 days, but we offer faster options as well
For more information visit: Standard Repair Timelines