Repairs

Refresh Your Old, Outdated Jewelry

Learn about our jewelry repair services in Fenton, MI

Sawyer Jewelers has two, full-time, in house jewelers on staff with over 55 years of combined experience. We have a fully functional shop right inside of our store to take care of all your jewelry repair needs. We even feature a laser welding machine. This machine offers our customers enormous advantages in jewelry repair. The precision of the laser allows us to work with heat-sensitive gemstones and non-precious metals that usually melt or change color when heat is applied.

Call us at 810-629-7936 for your jewelry repair needs.

There are many reasons why your jewelry may be in need of repair

Did you know?

You should have your jewelry checked twice a year.
Lotion, hand sanitizer, and many other everyday products we use can loosen your stones over time.

You should have your pearl jewelry checked and possibly re-strung every 3-5 years.
Your pearl necklace or bracelet will stretch out and weaken over time.

Some of the services we provide:

Some of the services we provide:

Rhodium plating
Resize your rings
Replace or re-set stones
Cut off and repair rings that are too small to remove
Build up or re-tip worn down or damaged prongs
Re-string your pearl necklace or bracelet
Ring polishing and cleaning

Ring cleaning is always free regardless of if it was purchased with us or not!

Appraisals

How Much Is Your Jewelry Worth?

How Much Is Your Jewelry Worth?

Choose us for jewelry appraisals in Fenton, MI

Did you know that most insurance companies require an updated appraisal every 5-8 years?

Sawyer Jewelers can provide new or updated appraisals on almost any item of jewelry you have. With a GIA certificate in Diamonds and Diamond Grading, and over 25 years of experience, you can rest assured that our Appraiser will properly and fairly appraise your jewelry.

Want to learn more about how we can help sell your jewelry? Don't be afraid to ask questions - call 810-629-7936 now to speak with our experienced appraiser.

did you know that there are
different types of appraisals?






Standard Appraisal

A standard appraisal, meant for your insurance company, is valued at the amount that it would cost to replace your item if it should come up lost or stolen within five years from the time of the appraisal. This amount includes the labor and parts and will take custom or rare items that would be more difficult to replace, into consideration when coming up with a total value.






Estate Appraisal

An estate appraisal is meant for someone who is interested in reselling their jewelry to a second party. In this case, several factors are considered. The age and condition of the piece along with the current demand for such items will all take part before coming up with a final market or fair cash value you that you should receive if you were to sell. This price is usually much lower than a replacement appraisal since selling costs and labor and design are not considered.