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Kriso225

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May 11, 2011
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Hi: I brought a diamond, which had been my mother's, to a jeweler to have it reset and polished. When I went to pick it up, they showed me the diamond had been returned and said there was a problem when it was polished and it was now very cloudy and they were going to send it back to be re-polished. I asked another jeweler and they said that a diamond like that cannot be ever be repaired. Is this true and what options do I have with the jeweler. Thanks for any help!
 

kenny

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Did it burn on the cutting wheel, and they are going to polish off the burned area?
 

Kriso225

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Yes, I beliee that is what happened. But I'm concerned that this might decrease the value of the diamond?
 

Kriso225

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That's exactly what I need to ask them. Thanks! Not sure what my options wil be then.
 
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