Turn Your Old Gold and Diamonds Into New Jewelry
Do you have old jewelry made of diamonds and gold or other gemstones that you want to remount or remake into brand new jewelry?
We can help you recreate your pieces in to something new and save you a ton of money over just buying brand new pieces.
The process is as follows:
Send us via email to email@example.com or text us directly at 213-629-3661 with some pictures of your old jewelry and ideas or pictures of what you would like to make out of them. If you don't have any ideas of what you would like to make we can help design something with you.
Why choose us?
1. We have been in business since the 1970's and won many design awards and have an A+ BBB rating and well as a #1 Jewelers Board of Trade Rating.
2. Our operation is capable of producing your jewelry fully in house, meaning we have the designers, casting machines, 3D Cad machines, diamond setters, polishers , ect... Most stores or sellers of jewelry either use someone like us or only have a few of these things which means the price is going to be higher.
3. There are many different manufacturing techniques and qualities as well as skill levels. I have seen a million times people just going with who ever will do the job cheapest thinking its just materials and and as long as it looks good to their eye they are happy.
If you have some outdated or old jewelry lying around, it makes sense to consider how you can use the gold to create a new, much more wearable design. However, it's difficult to find a jeweler who will do this. Researching your options helps you select the one that will work best for you.
Re-Casting Gold Jewelry
In some cases, your old gold jewelry can be completely melted down to make a new piece out of. This could be ideal if you have a piece with sentimental value that does not fit with your personal style or is damaged, such as the following:
- Inherited gold engagement ring that is way too old fashioned.
- Your old wedding band or ring that you want to make into a more modern design.
- The bracelet you inherited and want to break into multiple pieces.
In general, re-casting does not really save you any money over buying a new piece of jewelry. That's because the process is problematic if the piece is less than 24k gold, because they are mixed with alloys. Each of those metals have a different melting point and behave differently, which makes for unpredictable results.
Things to Consider
Before selecting a jeweler to re-cast your gold, consider the following:
- Did you want to make your old gold made into a new piece. If it's to save money on a new design, you are generally better off turning in your jewelry for a credit on a new piece. If it's for sentimental reasons, it would make sense to have us reuse it regardless of the cost.
- If you have 24k gold. This is pure gold, and it's far easier to recast than alloys. Would be an easier experience