The following is more information on replacing a pearl in a pearl ring by The Pearl Girls ™ Reknot and Repair Department. If you are shopping for a pearl ring, click here!
I think there is an interesting thing going on these days. So many jewelry stores are new jewelry focused. So, unless you are dealing with small artisan shop, most of the big chains cannot help you when something goes wrong. I think this has a lot to do with the fact that most jewelry is made in large volume and crafted overseas.
I have found this especially apparent when it comes to pearl rings. At The Pearl Girls ™ I have heard the same story many times. A person buys a ring from a large chain or jewelry retail shop and then the pearl falls out. So, they return the ring for repair and they are told that the only thing they can do it replace the ring. They simply cannot (or do not know how) to repair it.
But just because something went wrong doesn’t mean you want a brand new ring! Especially if you have to pay for it! Plus, many times this ring holds special meanings to you and those do not feel so easily replaceable.
The Pearl Girls ™ to the rescue!
When it comes to replacing pearls in rings (and pins!) we keep a variety of beautiful round and flawless pearls in stock. So, whether you need one showstopping central pearl or a tiny pearl cluster replaced, we have the pearl for the job! From tiny 2mm pearls to large 10mm pearls, we can replace your pearl and make your ring wearable again!
Below is a video on one customers pearl ring. She did not lose her pearl but, instead, her pearl wore down over time and no longer looked good! So we worked on replacing it for her!
If we can help you with your pearl ring, please contact us or click here to learn more about The Pearl Girls ™ Reknot and Repair Department!
I am a modern day treasure hunter who travels the world for gorgeous pearls and amazing adventures. I own a pearl jewelry and jewelry repair business, ThePearlGirls.com, with a cute retail store in Athens, GA. I also have a Pearl Travel business and travel blog at TheWorldofPearl.com.