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Jewelry Repair In Binghamton

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Jewelry Repair


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Business Listing   Boscov's Department Store - Binghamton, NY - Phone: (607) 722-4220


Business Listing   Camelot Jewelers - Binghamton, NY - Phone: (607) 722-0574


Business Listing   Goldsmiths - Binghamton, NY - Phone: (607) 723-0001


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Helpful Definition for: Jewelry Repair

Jewelry repair, in Binghamton, is defined as the specific procedure to repair the damages in any particular form of jewelry. Such a process of jewelry repair involves metal works of high accuracy. Jewelry repair in Binghamton is done only by skilled crafts men who can detect the damage or breakage and fix it. Most of the jewelry repair processes are solely soldering of joints or restringing the beads. Repairing often encompasses polishing of the piece so that the customer gets back the damaged jewelry in an almost new-look. Jewelry repair demands high technical knowledge & precision of work. It is almost as significant as manufacturing a piece of jewelry. Most jewelry schools in Binghamton offer courses in jewelry repair.

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