Sterling Canyon just read an article describing the finer points of repairing jewelry at home.
We can understand that, like people with beat-up cars who repair them jacked up in their driveways, the same can’t be said about a fine Sterling Silver necklace or Amethyst earrings. Remember that professionals created the piece of jewelry (if it came from Sterling Canyon). With a broken Silver chain on a necklace or a broken Gold post on your nice pair of earrings, avoid getting out the pair of pliers that your husband uses to twist the barbed wire on your backyard fence post. Broken jewelry requires special tools like channel locks, acetylene torch, karot solder, and jewelers tweezers. Remember that the jewelry you wear reflects your personality, and your status in society.
Poor repair jobs will be noticed a mile away. Take the repair to a reliable jewelry repair shop. Then go to www.stcanyon.com and buy another Sterling Silver necklace. You’ll be thankful you did.