Jewelry Repair & Design

With in-house gemologists, jewelry stylists and a veteran goldsmith, Copper Canary is uniquely equipped to create custom fine jewelry pieces that address the most discerning of styles and tastes. Whether incorporating sentimental heirlooms into updated, re-imagined pieces appropriate for everyday wear, or bringing to life a customer’s new and unique design idea, Copper Canary embraces the opportunity to make fine jewelry dreams into gleaming reality.

Copper Canary’s expertise in antique fine jewelry construction additionally translates to a rare capability in repairing pieces of almost any age. Skilled in both platinum and gold metalworking, as well as stone replacement and matching, Copper Canary is happy to evaluate all your fine jewelry repair needs and determine the best course of action.


Custom Jewelry Design

We welcome you to bring us your most creative of ideas, as well as your most cherished of heirlooms, so we can work together in making fine jewelry magic happen.

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Jewelry Repair

In a world of computer-generated just-about-everything, it’s nice to know the artistic work of human eyes and hands can still be invaluable.

Copper Canary’s in-house goldsmith brings five decades of experience working with antique and vintage jewelry, and is uniquely skilled in understanding the intricate and often hand-sculpted interworkings of each and every piece.

Coupled with the skillset of our on-staff veteran jewelers and graduate gemologists, Copper Canary’s goldsmith capabilities provide a reliable - if not invaluable - opportunity in repairing and restoring your cherished fine jewelry pieces.


Jewelry Appraisal

Copper Canary is uniquely positioned to assist with an array of fine jewelry appraisal needs.

With nearly 60 years of combined experience, our three on-staff, GIA-certified gemologists can provide appraisals for insurance claims, estate planning/disbursement, and valuation for sale.

Final appraisal documents are professionally presented and include full digital photography of each item, as well as a dated signature from the GIA graduate gemologist conducting it.