The Twin Cities Premier Jewelry Repair Team
R.F. Moeller Jeweler’s repair department includes six platinum and goldsmiths on staff and is recognized as the premier jewelry repair facility in the Twin Cities. We are proud to be one of the few jewelers to have an in-house repair and design studio, ensuring your ring is always under our care. Your precious ring is tracked from take-in to finished resizing and inspected four times to make sure it meets our high standards.
Stop into one of our Twin Cities locations to have your ring resized!
Ring Sizing FAQs
How much will it cost?
Ring sizing starts at $45 for gold or silver and $88 for platinum. Multiple factors can impact the end cost of a ring sizing: Is the ring being sized up or down? Is it soldered to another ring? Is there additional work that needs to be done to make sure any gemstones will be secure after the sizing is complete?
To receive an accurate estimate, we invite you to stop by one of our Twin Cities' locations with your ring.
Will you still work on my ring even if I didn't purchase it from R.F. Moeller?
Of course! Our goldsmiths work with all types of jewelry regardless of where it was purchased.
How long will it take?
Typically, ring sizing takes 1 week. If you need it sooner, please ask as we may be able to accommodate a faster turnaround time.
Is there anything you won't work on?
Unfortunately, we can't work with jewelry that is made with tungsten or titanium.
Do both R.F. Moeller stores handle repairs?
Yes! Both of our locations handle jewelry repairs. Stop into your nearest location today!
What other repair services do you offer?
Our expert repair team can handle nearly any jewelry repair job you can imagine and eager to take on even the most unusual requests. Some of the more common jewelry repair jobs we perform include:
- Sizing rings
- Refinishing jewelry
- Repairing chains and links
- Resetting stones
- Fixing prongs and replacing crowns (the piece of metal that holds a diamond or other gemstone in a ring)
- Complete jewelry restoration
- Replacing earring backs and findings
- Adding new clasps to necklaces and bracelets
- Soldering rings together
- Rhodium plating (making white gold look white again)