What happens to the little pieces you remove from my jewelry?

We try to return everything removed from your jewelry, but some pieces and filings are just too small. Most of the pieces are of a very small value, but it is our philosophy that anything that is removed from your jewelry during its repair was yours when you brought it in and should still be yours when you leave. If it is larger than two millimeters in any dimension or large enough to hold with your fingers we will return it to you. Many jewelry stores will not return leftover bits and pieces unless you ask. In addition many will charge extra for the service. They consider it theirs, especially those that don’t work on your jewelry on premises. We will never do that.



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