AVANT GARDE Jewelers
Offers an expert jewelry repair in Austin, TX. We provide exceptional jewelry repair, refurbishing, and refinishing service for our customers. Our team of jewelers is ready to assist you in all your jewelry repairs, be it fine or fashion.
Whether you would like to restore an heirloom piece or fix your favorite necklace that happened to break this morning, you can rely on us. We know how precious your jewelry is to you, and no matter the size of the repair, your piece is always the most important item we are working on.
We will give you an estimate on the spot, with no pressure or obligation. Plus, we do nearly all our repair work in house, so you can feel comfortable and secure leaving your jewelry with us. After completion, each piece is examined to ensure the highest quality of craftsmanship.
We pride ourselves on honesty, integrity, and timeliness in our service, and work strongly to provide you, our customer, with the highest level of satisfaction. With proper care and maintenance, your jewelry will reward you with a lifetime of enjoyment and luxury.
“It doesn’t matter how much you paid for it, if you love it, it’s priceless.”
Our Jewelry REPAIR SERVICES in austin, tx:
Ring Sizing | Prong & Tip Repair
Rhodium Plating | Chain & Bracelet Repairs
Loose Stone Tightening | Stone Replacement
Half Shanks/Arthritic Shanks | Shank Repair & Replacement
Laser Welding Technology | Diamond & Gemstone Setting
Pearl & Bead Restringing & Re-knotting
Various Metal Repair | Restoration of Old Jewelry
Ring Removal | Jewelry Replacement Assistance
To avoid losing the investment and even worse heartache, it is especially important to get into the habit of having your personal jewelry checked regularly. We recommend coming in and letting look and inspect your pieces every six months.
For instance, a few loose or worn prongs can cause one or more of the stones to fall out and the stones may never be found. The prongs on stones are much like tires: The more they are used, the more they wear down. It is necessary to have them built-up or replaced as time goes by. Very few people are aware of this; unfortunately, they find out after stones fall out of their jewelry. This simple habit could potentially save you time, money, and a broken heart.