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Remounting a Diamond

Discussion in 'RockyTalky' started by moediamond, Dec 11, 2000.

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  1. moediamond
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    by moediamond » Dec 11, 2000
    Good evening,
    My name is Maurice and I am a diamond dealer/model maker/designer/stone setter.
    This is a 5 minute job and should be worth around $15. Paying more than $20 and you're getting taken.....
     
    


    


  2. lawmax
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    by lawmax » Dec 11, 2000
    Hi Maurice,Thanks for joining the forum.It's nice to know that you offer such reasonable prices. I have a diamond setting question if you don't mind. Do you take all responsibility in the event something should happen to the consumer's diamond when doing a remount or how does that work in your store? I've seen consumers post questions about that topic and we recently had a consumer post about diamonds breaking during setting (a strange story, but that's another thread! [​IMG]) although those were diamonds being sold to the same consumer by that jeweler.Thanks for your input. [​IMG]lawmax
     
  3. moediamond
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    by moediamond » Dec 11, 2000
    Hi. Thank you for inviting me into the forum, it is a great pleasure to help all consumers. As to your question regarding breaking a stone during remounts, it IS the setter's responsibility to be responsible for any breakage during remount. The setter is required to pay for the re-cutting of the stone as well as the price difference "per carat" for the amount of weight loss due to his inexperience. I hope this helps, if not- keep asking me more questions....

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  4. lawmax
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    by lawmax » Dec 11, 2000
    Thanks Moe! [​IMG]lawmax
     
    


    


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