Custom Designed Jewelry
Custom designed fine jewelry is truly one of our greatest passions. We understand that you are not just crafting a piece, you are creating or capturing a feeling. The most invigorating and satisfying aspect of what we do is collaborating with our customers to let their imagination come to life in the form of a beautiful, unique and dream-like piece of artwork. Our designs are not only breathtaking, they are functional.
The heart of our work lies in the design process and seeing the final result. This is reflected in each and every completed piece. Whether you have a vision already or need that little bit of extra assistance, we can organize and simplify the often complex process and make it not only manageable, but fun.
You may bring in a gemstone or diamond of you own, or choose from our impressive showcased selection. Whatever it is that you need, we are here to assist.
At Reini Goldsmiths and Jewelers we are proud to offer a multitude of in-house fine jewelry repair and restoration services. There is no task too large or small. Take comfort in knowing that your most loved pieces are in our special care.
• Laser Welding
• Stone Setting
• Repairs on Gold, Silver, Platinum, Palladium.
• Stone replacement (Diamonds and gemstones)
• Complete remount and restyling
• Rhodium plating
• Refurbish and refinishing jewelry
• Rebuilding broken prongs
• Re-tipping prongs
• Ring sizing
• Jewelry conversions (ring to pendant, etc)
• Ring shank replacement
• Chain soldering and clasp replacement
• Replace worn down or broken diamond head
• Earring post replacement or conversion any type of metal
• Specialty platinum and gold work of any type
• Bracelet repairs
• Custom work (wax designs, castings, stone setting)
• Arthritic shanks (SuperFit and FingerMate)
• Pearl re-stringing
• Custom Jewelry Design
• Watch battery and watch strap replacement
• Watch band adjustment
If you are dissatisfied for any reason, simply stop in or call us with in 30 days from the date of delivery and we will happily exchange your unused item or refund your money without a hassle. ** Returns are accepted 30 days from the date of delivery.
**Exceptions to this policy are the following:
• Special Orders
• Custom Orders
• Designer Settings and Designer Wedding Bands
• Any setting special ordered and made to fit a customers pre-existing diamond.
• Sale Items
• Altered Items
We make every effort to ensure that the prices listed on our website are accurate. However in the event an item is shown with an incorrect price, we reserve the right to refuse or cancel any orders placed for the incorrect price even if the order has been confirmed by receipt and your credit card charged. Please note that in order that you can view items in greater detail, some products may appear larger or smaller than actual size. Color and size of items may appear differently since every computer monitor is set differently. Please note that all items are subject to prior sale. We reserve the right to refuse or cancel any orders placed for an item that has been sold or is no longer available.
Jewelry Maintenance Tips
We recommend getting your Jewelry Professionally cleaned and checked every 3-6 months. Over time, jewelry experiences daily wear and tear. Find out what you can do to help extend the life of your jewelry.
White gold jewelry is plated with rhodium to provide a bright white finish. With daily wear, or exposure to household chemicals, rhodium plating gradually will come off over time and expose the natural, yellowish-white tone of metal underneath. Many people continue to wear white gold long after the rhodium plating has worn off, but you also have the option of having your jewelry professionally re-plated to return it to its bright white color.
Please contact Reini Jewelers for assistance with rhodium plating.
Basic care will help preserve and protect your jewelry for years to come.
With daily wear, platinum sustains small scratches more easily than other metals, and may start to take on a matte appearance. Many people enjoy the visual appeal of this unique luster but you may also have the platinum surface professionally re-polished to return a more reflective polish.
Sterling silver may tarnish or dull as a result of exposure to humidity. When possible, keep your silver in an air-tight container. To remove tarnish and keep your silver bright, gently rub the piece with your jewelry cleaning cloth. Then rinse the silver thoroughly in warm water and dry it carefully. More extensive tarnish can be removed with liquid silver cleaner or by a jeweler. Please note: chlorine and bleach accelerate tarnishing and should be avoided.
Examine your jewelry regularly to ensure your settings are secure. Timeworn prongs are especially vulnerable, and may become loose when snagged or hit against a surface. Loose prongs may result in loose gemstones, or may cause the loss of a gemstone. Professional inspections are recommended every six months and immediately after any time your jewelry is damaged, hit, or scratched in an unusual way, to ensure that all gemstones are secure and that the structure of the ring is intact.
Protect your jewelry from impact against hard surfaces during sports or manual tasksâ€”even diamonds can chip if hit with enough force or at just the right angle. Avoid contact with abrasive surfaces and keep your jewelry away from harsh chemicals such as chlorine and household bleach. Limit your jewelryâ€™s exposure to extreme temperatures, perfumes, cosmetics and household chemicals, which can damage jewelry. Do not wear rings when gripping items with force, such as bicycle handlebars or weights, as the pressure may cause delicate metal rings to bend or break. Similarly, avoid applying strong pressure to jewelry or to hands when jewelry is worn.
Home & Professional Cleaning
Air pollution, dirt, and daily wear can dull the surface of your jewelry and cloud the brilliance of a gemstone. Professional cleanings are recommended as frequently as every six months, depending on how often you wear your jewelry. Between professional cleanings, you may use gem & jewelry cleaner to clean your diamond and sapphire jewelry.Â Pearl and emerald jewelry require special care and should not be cleaned with the cleaning methods described for diamond and sapphires above. Pearls and emeralds can be cleaned with a mild soap and water solution and then allowed to dry. Dry pearls may be wiped with a soft, lint-free cloth.