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  1. How you could be unintentionally killing your jewelry...

    Like a new car, new jewelry eventually requires maintenance. This isn't a suggestion, it's a fact. When you love your jewelry, you wear it (as you should). When you wear it, you damage it. This fact is not so much about quality craftsmanship as it is about wear and tear. When you drive thousands of miles on your car, it is not the car's fault the tires need to be replaced. The same concept can (and should) be applied to jewelry. Under elements of normal wear and tear your metals should last you the following number of years without requiring prong or shank maintenance. Yellow Gold - 5 Years White Gold - 8 Years Platinum - 20 Years This is under normal wear and tear. Below, I have created a list of activities that unintentionally kills jewelry. If you want to maximize the life of your jewelry and delay repair work as long as possible, please be (unofficially) advised to remove ...
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  2. New Head vs. Retips

    Most jewelers suggest that you bring your jewelry in every 6 months to be checked: cleaned, tightened up - like a spa treatment for your jewelry. However, sometimes when a ring is brought in for inspection it may be recommended that the item needs work done to it to help preserve the item. For example, on a ring we doretips.What is a retip?:building up and "repairing" the pegs of metal holding the diamond (the prongs). The prongsstart to show wear and retippingthem will bring the ring back to safe and stable condition. Retipping is something that will generally last for six months to a year before more wear begins to occur again. An alternative to retipping is putting on anew head. What is a new head?: A ...
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  3. Day in the Life of Our Goldsmith

    Agoldsmithis ametalworkerwho specializes in working withgoldand otherprecious metals. Goldsmiths must be skilled in forming metal throughfiling,soldering,sawing,forging,casting, andpolishingmetal. Day in the Life of Our Waterville Goldsmith: Often on time but some days the devil gets to her. Her arrival brings about a flurry of excitement and anticipation. The hardest working employee we have: she never stops, rarely takes a break (except for a quick drive to the drive thru for coffee leaving a trail of dust in her wake). She moves from job to job never losing track of each project. Perfection is her middle name and talk about taking pride in her work well you never seen anyone better. Her day is often filled with interruption for the sales staff to the service staff ...
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  4. How is a Ring Made?

    How is a ring made? Most people assume jewelry is made in a factory like a car, computer, or toaster. They picture an assembly line with ultra modern robots and supervisors making sure the machines are doing all the work as required. In short, they see modern methods on an ancient industry. Although technology has made many things possible in jewelry manufacture, it has not replaced the methods of manufacture that have been practiced for generations. So...how is a ring made? Design The first step, like many others, starts with a concept insomeone's head. Usually it is first expressed as a drawing just like you see in clothing fashion or it is "drawn" in a computer assisted design program (C.A.D for short). This process creates a basis for the construction of a model that will be directly used to create the actual ring. The newerC.A.D. programs allow for ...
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  5. Service and Day's Jewelers

    One of the greatest things about Day's Jewelers is our service department - both in the store and at www.daysjewelers.com. The services we offer to our customers ensure that your jewelry is safe and sparkling. Every six months, we encourage our engagement ring, right hand ring, or diamond fashion ring wearers to come in and have their ring inspected to make sure that your gemstone or diamond is securely in place. A complimentary cleaning will take place to bring out the natural brilliance of your piece of jewelry. Watch Corey,a PortlandJewelryConsultantclean a ring: One of the ways to care for a piece of white gold jewelry is to get it rhodium plated. In the video below, Sascha, Jewelry Consultant atthe Manchester, NH store explains the rhodium plating process. ...
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If for any reason you are not 100% satisfied with your purchase within 30 days of receipt, you may return any merchandise that has not been altered, engraved or customized for a refund, credit or exchange. Merchandise returned must be in its original condition. Any purchase made with a credit card must be returned to the original credit card. Please read more about our Returns and Exchanges Policy.


All orders shipped UPS are fully insured and require a signature at time of delivery unless shipped by USPS. Each item is cleaned, polished and inspected before it is wrapped and shipped to you. Orders over $1,000 enjoy free overnight shipping via UPS. For engravings and ring sizing, please add an additional 2-3 business days to your order. Special orders or customizations may take 3-4 weeks. Please read more for full shipping information.


Day's Jewelers requires suppliers to provide a written warranty for every diamond purchased stating that it was ethically-sourced. Furthermore, as a certified member of the Responsible Jewellery Council, Day's is committed to supporting and promoting the highest level of social, ethical and environmental responsibility in our communities and in the areas of the world where our products are sourced. Discover the Day's Promise.


If for any reason you are not 100% satisfied with your purchase within 30 days of receipt, you may return any merchandise that has not been altered, engraved or customized for a refund, credit or exchange. Merchandise returned must be in its original condition.


Your jewelry purchased from Day's Jewelers is warranted for a lifetime against defects in materials and craftsmanship. To be eligible for this warranty, your piece of jewelry must be inspected at any Day's store at least once every six months. If you should live in an area where there is no Day's store located, we would be happy to recommend a reputable jeweler to perform the required semi-annual inspections. Day's also offers a low cost extended care plan that covers normal wear and tear of items not deemed as defective.


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  • We promise to offer the lowest price possible on all of our items every day
  • We never apply additional markup just to put an item on sale
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