Frequently Asked Questions About Permanent Jewelry
What are permanent jewelry pieces like bracelets, anklets, and necklaces? Permanent jewelry, in the context of bracelets, anklets, and necklaces, refers to jewelry items where the individual links of the chain are soldered together without the use of a clasp. These chains create seamless and continuous pieces that can be worn around the wrist, ankle, or neck. Importantly, they are designed to be worn without causing any harm to the body.
What if permanent bracelets, anklets, or necklaces need to be removed? In the event that a permanent bracelet, anklet, or necklace needs to be removed, the chain can be removed by clipping a link with a wire cutters, nail clippers, or scissors.
Can permanent jewelry pieces be reattached after being cut? Doland Jewelers is able to re-weld broken chain starting at $15.
Do I need an appointment? Yes, follow the links on the Doland Jewelers website for available dates and times for appointments. Doland Jewelers can service up to 4 people during each 30 minute block.
What is the pricing? Doland Jewelers charges by the inch. Each chain is priced based on weight and metal.
Does it hurt? The process is completely safe and painfree.
What if I need an RMI or X-ray? Doctor knows best. If the chain needs to be removed for a medical reason, Doland Jewelers can re-weld the chain at a later date starting at $15. Some hospitals do not require permanent jewelry be removed.
What if I need to fly? The TSA allows permanent jewelry on all flights.