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I’m sorry you’re having trouble checking out. What is the issue you’re having?
Hey DubuqueRams, I’ve been super busy lately and haven’t had a chance to visit the arcade/community finally got some free time now:smileyvery-happy:
Hi, amaryllis. I haven’t seen you for awhile!
Sara…wow, thanks for posting that you have SO many videos on YouTube! Those are going to be interesting learning for me.
(…a hello to our PsychoMom! *waving*)
Sara, I shop with Crafter’s Companion US. I love the glue runner. I buy it 10 at the time. I’m learning to color stamps now with alcohol markers and pencils. Love Spectrum Noir. Enjoy all your presentations.
Do you have an item number on that?
I’m so lucky…my local home owned jewelry store has been in business with the same family for 101 years. They have a jewelry and watch repairman on site. I’ve taken at least 10 HSN barely worn items to them for repair. One was a Rarities sapphire shaker ring that was damaged in a car accident. The glass bezel cracked badly but didn’t break. Luckily all the sapphires were still in the ring.
My jeweler said he would find a bezel for it even though it would take some time and it wasn’t going to be easy. It did take several months but he found a replacement bezel and repaired it. It is beautiful again. When I see my daughter wearing ithe ring now I’m always reminded at how lucky and blessed we are that our daughter wasn’t killed in this accident…it was a horrific crash.
I always hate to see a person lose a stone. This is why I prefer big single stones. Like Cindy mentioned E-600 is the best solution. Find a stone and create your on design. TWEEZERMAN TWEEZERS- and DAB A STONE IN E-600 as it is self leveling and will not turn yellow.
Do your best to have it corrected by HSN or the warrenty dept- if that fails just make it a whole new ring and add another stone E-600 will not harm a stone as I can only say my jeweler told me this.
I am refering to the post by TXCHRISSY who stated she might throw it out—-JUST HAVE FUN WITH IT.
Is it possibly to contact the warrenty dept prior to pruchase ? KNOW YOUR JEWELRY, KNOW THE DESIGNER, AND GET TO KNOW THE MIDDLE MAN IF YOUR IN DOUBT.
I wish you the very best- Beautyboy
that does not sound right I bought a celtic cross had to send back and it was done in timely fashion i would go up to the suppervisor. and furthe if you have to NETTTES 1;03pm 2/2/ 2015
E-600 IS THE BEST –I agree—it’s self leveling, stays clear and holds forever.
I use it for many things-BB
Pretty sad that HSN is so anxious in convicing us to buy their products, but gives us not help when we lose gem stones, etc. I too had an elongated peridot gemstone fall out of a Nicky Butler ring. It was not a cheap ring either…..
ditto, find a local jeweler that does repairs and custom gems. I am lucky, I have a wonderful shop that sources all kinds of stones for me, and my jeweler does things that I can’t.
Look in eBay for a loose stone like the one missing. There are bazillions of loose gems and stones cut and faceted on ebay. Carefully measure in MM. I order tons from India and Thailand and never have a problem. if it’s set in a ring with a base (not like a gem w/ prongs and open gallery) any jeweler who does repairs can do it or you can use an epoxy made to set gems to silver and metals called Hughes 330. It dried crystal clear.
Either way, don’t throw it away or give it away. You never know when you’ll come across a suitable stone or find a use for the stones in another way. You could probably sell it on ebay as-is to people like me who do those repairs or re-purpose the gems.
Lots of jewelers will do this but it could be pricey. One jeweler turned his nose up at fixing anything unless you were doing something with fine gems and gold that he was selling. Other “working” jewelers don’t mind fixing things like this you just have to find the right one. A jeweler can order another similar sized gem and replace it or attempt to replace with a crystal. Many jewelers really are not that they are just retail outlets to sell already made things. Many larger urban areas have old fashioned type jewelers that know the trade and will fix things for people.
no … his company is in england and india …..
but this is what i did … i replaced the stone with a swarovski crystal … you can get them in lots of shapes and colors …. worked for me on a bracelet … i lost a peridot … can’t tell and now bracelet is wearable again ….
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