How much does it cost to fix a loose stone in a ring?
The costs vary depending on the jeweler, but you can expect to pay between $35 and $200 per stone depending on the number of prongs that need to be fixed and the size and cut of the stone. Larger carat diamonds with fancy cuts in a prong setting will cost more.
How much does it cost to reset a stone in a ring?
Resetting a diamond generally costs anywhere from $100 to $500. Note that this cost covers only labor and may vary depending on the diamond’s size and shape. The finished product—either ready-made or custom—has a separate price depending on the new setting and accompanying stones.
Can you replace a stone in a ring?
Most tiny stones, such as diamonds, cubic zirconia, and other white accent stones can be replaced and set in one day. Center stones and colored stones, however, can take longer. The larger the stone and the more rare it is, the longer the sourcing time.
Can scratched gemstones be repaired?
If you’ve looked at your jewelry and you’re horrified to discover that there are several scratches spread all over your stone, we’re here to tell you that it can be fixed! With stone polishing, your gem can be restored back to its original shininess.