Whether you just want to have your old pearl necklace or bracelet cleaned and restrung, or you want us to create something a little different, our experts are up to the task. We can work on all kinds of pearl restringing projects, and we'll return your jewelry to you in like-new condition every time.
The last thing you want is for your pearl necklace or bracelet to break, in which case you would run the risk of losing pearls. That's why it's a good idea to have your pieces restrung from time to time. This process is quick and straightforward for our skilled craftsmen, although we do always take care to account for the particulars of each piece.
While we can always restring the pearls in your piece exactly as they were before, we can also create a new design for you if you're in the mood to mix things up a bit. Our skilled artisans bring many years of experience to the table, and they can add some custom metalwork designs or adjust the placement of the pearls to reflect a pattern of your choice.
Even if you're not exactly sure what you'd like your finished piece to look like, our professionals will work with you to develop a design that matches your style. We have many years of experience designing and crafting custom jewelry, and that means we can produce beautiful pieces that perfectly reflect your individual style.
In addition to restringing your pearls, we can also repair or replace clasps that have been damaged or that are simply beginning to wear out. Just as the integrity of the string holding your pearls is important, so is that of the clasp keeping your jewelry in place.
If you have a simple clasp, we'll have no trouble replacing it. And if you instead have a specialty clasp with gemstones or other custom design work, we'll repair the functional parts without damaging or altering the design of the piece.
My wife just birthed our first child, and Joseph Jewelry really came through in making a gorgeous custom piece as a "push present". She is in love with our new son, but the pendant from Joseph is a close second. Birthstone pieces can be ordered online from a retail jeweler, even up to six stones (five different colors for us, the kid, and the dog children), but finding real emeralds, diamonds, rubies, and so on requires a real jeweler like Joseph's. I got to meet and work with Erich Moffitt, who I later learned is not simply a salesman but an accomplished artist: erichjmoffitt.com. I brought him an idea ("family tree") and a bad sketch of my own, and he turned it into something magical right there in the store right on the back of a pad. We went back and forth a few times online with a few more design iterations but really the work is close to his original in-store re-design. It was executed on schedule, close to budget, and in time for the birth. She loves it. It's designed to be expandable for more kids. It's perfect. I will go to Joseph first for any jewelry in the future. Kudos to the team.