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Pritchard's Jewelry Design & Repair

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(3 Reviews)

212 E 14th St, Elmira, NY 14903

(607) 734-9212

CLOSED NOW
Today: 10:30 am - 5:30 pm
Tomorrow: 10:30 am - 5:30 pm
25
YEARS
IN BUSINESS
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Regular Hours

Brands
Belair & Sharp, Waterford Crystal
Payment method
all major credit cards, amex, discover, master card, visa
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Pritchard's Jewelry Design and Repair

Pritchard's Jewelery Design & Repair

Categories
Jewelers, Jewelry Repairing, Jewelers-Wholesale & Manufacturers, Watches, Jewelry Designers
Other Information

Parking: Lot

Specialties: Pens, Writing Instruments

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Ted P.

02/16/2016

Overall

If there is ever a mistake they take care of it for no charge. Very few times is there a mistake unless the customer gives them the wrong information

alittlehelp

09/11/2012

Overall
Fantastic

Check out the reviews on other sites. All are great. They've alway been great to me. I've had multiple pieces made here and love them all.

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I never write reviews, but cou...

I never write reviews, but could not believe when I saw them in Wellsboro. BEWARE of this place. I had my wedding set "designed" with them at the Elmira location. Their "in-house designers" are actually a plant in South Carolina. It took MONTHS for my engagement ring to be sized (which should take, what, 3-4 days?), and I had no contact from the owners while they vacationed. Eventually they sent their daughter to meet my husband (we lived 2+ hours away) and hand off my ring. WHAT? My wedding set was a disaster, not what I had "designed", and the awful wife could NOT care less about my dissatisfaction. It ended up with me in tears and the husband in the back room hastily grinding and sanding away the sharp edges and misshapen bands. In the end the while gold turned yellow in weeks (very slight rhodium plating was used), the rings never fit together, the symmetry was off, and the entire set had to be repaired by another jeweler for hundreds of additional dollars. You'd be better off buying sight unseen from ebay or the internet.

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