Fall in Love All Over Again

When it comes to repairing or updating your treasured jewelry, trust matters. Even if you don’t wear a piece often anymore, there are memories and emotions attached. We understand. We will protect your treasures as we do our reputation. Your jewelry repair will never leave our premises, and all work will be done by trained professionals.

Our state-of-the-art repair technology makes intricate and challenging repairs possible. These are just some of the services available at The Gem Lab:

  • Ring Sizing
  • Soldering
  • Re-tipping
  • Prong Repair
  • Shank Repair
  • Gem Setting
  • Pearl or Bead Re-stringing
  • Engraving
  • Rhodium Plating
  • Polishing
  • Clasp Repair for Bracelets and Necklaces
  • Watch Repair and Maintenance Services

Restyling and Remounting

Ready to take those gems out of that 1970s ring and create something fabulous with them? Is it time to upgrade to the diamond or ring of your dreams—the one you couldn’t afford when you were just starting out? Much of our custom-design work includes updating existing pieces to suit our customers’ current tastes and desires. All work is done on our premises, and you’ll be an important part of the transformation process. Ask to see our beautiful selection of ring mountings. Or meet with a designer to discuss turning something old into something new you can fall in love with… all over again.

Diamonds Are Forever. Sort Of.

Diamond is nature’s hardest substance, so you may think these gems are indestructible. Not so. Being crystalline, it is possible for a diamond to become chipped or abraded. Repairing it is a more affordable alternative to replacing it…and when the diamond holds sentimental value, it is an emotionally satisfying choice, too.

Repairing diamonds is a delicate art. It should be performed only by an expert with tremendous experience. Joseph and Paul Cassarino have been educated by the most prestigious industry organizations in the U.S. and abroad. Let them examine your damaged stone to determine if a repair is possible, and if so, explain what can be done to return your diamond to its original luster.