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Here Are the Most Common Jewelry Repairs & What We Can Do to Help

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The sudden realization that your favorite piece of jewelry is damaged can make your heart sink. For many of us, jewelry isn’t just a statement piece to bring an outfit together or something shiny. It’s a cherished keepsake that holds a great deal of sentimental value we can’t bear the thought of never wearing again.

This said, odds are, your jewelry piece(s) will require repair (especially if it’s worn daily) at some point. The good news is that David’s Jewelry & Coin Exchange is here to fix the most common—and not-so-common—jewelry repairs. Read on to discover the most common jewelry repairs and how we’re equipped to help.

What Are the Most Common Jewelry Repairs?

#1: Cleaning

Many factors can contribute to your favorite piece losing its shine: perfume, cleaning chemicals, regular wear, and direct sunlight—just to name a few. Not to worry, though. Bring your piece to us and we’ll have it sparkling like new in no time with our cleaning and polishing service.

We can complete this simple process in minutes and have you back on your way the same day!

#2: Ring Resizing

Whatever your reason for ring resizing, our expert, in-house jewelers can easily resize it bigger or smaller, leaving the band smooth and spotless. This includes your beloved Texas A&M Aggie class rings. When you bring your class ring to David’s Jewelry & Coin Exchange, it never has to leave Aggieland, and we’ll have it back to you in just a few days!

#3: Clasp Repair

Bracelet and necklace clasp repairs are among the most common jewelry repairs due to the delicate nature of the piece. Frequent wear or an accident can cause damage to a clasp, which will require it to be replaced.

With more than 40 years of experience, we can easily repair or replace your bracelet or necklace clasp so you can enjoy it for many years to come.

#4: Prong Repair

Prongs are a crucial part of any piece of jewelry because they secure gemstones and diamonds in place. However, they can be susceptible to damage and breaking when the metal is too thin, which can lead to expensive losses if a stone gets lost. If you notice a loose stone or crack in the prong of your jewelry, it’s best not to wear it until you can have it repaired by a professional jeweler so you don’t risk losing the stone.

#5: Stone Replacement

Have you ever been admiring or polishing your jewelry at home and come to the devastating realization that a gemstone is damaged or missing? We know the feeling! Stone replacement is one of the most common jewelry repairs we do.

We have hundreds of loose diamonds and gemstones—with a large variety of traditional, modern, and rare cuts, colors, and sizes. Our jewelers will find the perfect match to complement your other stones.

#6: Watch Battery Replacement

When you inevitably stop hearing the tick-tock of your favorite timepiece, you know it’s time to have your watch battery replaced. Replacements are common because they simply don’t last forever. David’s Jewelry & Coin Exchange offers fast and affordable battery replacement for most makes and models of watches and can be done while you wait.

Trust David’s Jewelry & Coin Exchange with Your Most Prized Possessions

We understand how important your jewelry is to you, whether that’s due to sentimental value or expense. When you trust us with your most prized possessions, we promise to treat them like our own and with the utmost care. Our two in-house jewelers ensure your piece(s) never have to leave our store. We have a foolproof system, and you can always give us a call for a progress update. We’re proud to be a trusted business of the Brazos Valley community for so many years—and are happy to meet your jewelry repair needs!

The New Collector’s Guide to Proper Coin Collection Storage

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If you’re just getting into coin collecting—congratulations! We’re excited to be on this journey with you. Coin collecting is an exciting hobby with a rich history. As a new coin collector, one of the most important things to learn is proper coin collection storage. Keep reading to learn the do’s and don’ts of storing a coin collection to preserve the value and worth of your coins.

What Are the Do’s and Don’ts of Coin Collection Storage?

How Should You Handle Your Coins?

When you think of coins, “delicate” may not be the first descriptor that comes to mind. But you’d be surprised at how easy it is to damage and devalue these small pieces of precious metal. 

  • Handle each coin one at a time. You don’t want them to come into contact with each other and cause any scratches or other damage.
  • Always handle your coins by the edges, never by the face.
  • Wash your hands before handling your coins. Dirt or oils from your hands can tarnish the coin’s surface. 
  • Don’t handle your coins over a hard or bare surface. Use caution when removing your coins from their case. Handle them over a towel or other soft surface to reduce any damage that could occur if you accidentally dropped them.
  • Don’t clean your coins. As odd as it may sound, cleaning and polishing your coins can devalue them. Improper technique and harsh chemicals can strip or scratch the surface. It’s better for your coins to show their age with coloration.

How Should You Store Your Coins?

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It may be tempting to keep your coins out of any packaging or protective cases to be more easily shown off and admired, but that’s not best for the longevity of your collection. Coins are easily damaged by contact with other coins, oils from your skin and fingerprints, air, and moisture. 

  • Keep your coins in holders. The original holders are best, but you can also purchase your own. Single coin holders are usually 2” x 2”, and there are a few different kinds. However, some are more expensive than others. Cardboard 2 x 2s are the least expensive. They come with two coin-sized windows covered by a thin, polyester film called Mylar. 
  • Flips are another option. They usually come with two plastic pouches and are the most flexible. Hard-plastic holders are the most expensive. These two-piece capsules come in both round and square shapes. 
  • Avoid damaging chemicals. Some cardboard and paper contain sulfur which causes discoloration. And some plastics are made with PVC (polyvinyl chloride), which can ruin coin surfaces and coat them in a sticky, green residue.
  • Keep your coins cool and dry. Discoloration due to sharp changes in temperature and moisture is often irreversible. Even droplets from talking or breathing over your coins can leave spots that are difficult to remove. Hard-plastic holders are more airtight than flips. Some are even made with anti-corrosive materials to mitigate the effects of damaging gasses.
  • Keep any documentation. If any of your coins come with a certificate of authenticity or an information card, keep them in a safe place just in case you need them for reference later. 
  • Protect your investment. Keep high-value coins and collections in a safe-deposit box or a safe at your home. You can also add them to your home insurance coverage for the full cost of replacement. And if you’re not sure what your collection is worth, stop by to receive a verbal or written appraisal from our experienced team.

Start Your Collection with Us

If you’re ready to make the first purchase in your coin collection, stop by our store or give us a call! We’re here to answer any questions you may have about starting a set, locating specific coins, etc. With over 30 years of coin broker experience and an extensive coin collection in stock that’s always changing, we’re your go-to for an exceptional coin-buying experience!

Here’s How to Collect Cash from Preloved Jewelry, Coins, & More

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We could all use a little extra spending money from time to time. Selling your preloved jewelry, coins, and other valuable items to David’s Jewelry & Coin Exchange could be the payday you’re looking for! Keep reading to learn more.

How to Get Started

Spring is one of our favorite times of the year because, traditionally, it’s when people take inventory of their possessions, deciding what to keep and what to discard. If you’re looking for a little help getting started with your spring cleaning, check out our older blog on this topic here.

Collecting cash from preowned items is really a simple, three-step process.

1. Declutter

You’d be surprised at how much stuff one person can accumulate in a year. And if you’re not an annual spring cleaner, you’re probably unaware of just how much stuff you actually have that you don’t use on a regular basis.

Start with your jewelry box. This is where you’re most likely to find items that will get you the most bang for your buck. If you can’t remember the last time you wore something, odds are you won’t miss it if it’s gone. Add it to the collection of items you’d like to sell.

Pro tip: we accept pieces that need a little TLC or are missing their mate!

Next, you should move on to your closet to see if there are any designer bags you’re willing to part ways with. After that, check your attic and basement for any long-forgotten coins, collectibles, or memorabilia that you’re okay getting rid of—we buy Texas A&M vintage jerseys, pins, pennants, photos, awards, and yearbooks.

Don’t be so quick to disregard a jar of old coins or the ones you inherited from your parents or grandparents! There could be a few hidden gems that could be sold for a higher price than you would think. 

2. Bring Your Items to David’s Jewelry & Coin Exchange

Bring in the items you have gathered for us to evaluate and make an offer! Our process is quick and easy. It generally takes ten minutes or less for one of our experienced team members to evaluate your items (depending on how much you have). 

With more than 30 years of experience and as a Best of the Brazos Valley winner, we value our reputation as an upstanding business in the community. Our prices are fair and generally higher than others.

3. Collect Cash from Your Preloved Jewelry, Coins, and More

We can make you a cash offer on the same day. Get an honest evaluation and offer for your items and leave with more money than you had when you came in. It’s that easy! Or, if something in our store catches your eye, you can put the value of your items towards a trade for a new piece from our inventory. 

Excellent Customer Service

We love being a part of the Brazos Valley community and strive to create an excellent experience for every customer. If you have questions about acceptable items, or our process, feel free to give us a call. We would be happy to chat with you and provide more details on how to sell you items. We look forward to seeing you soon!

Investing in Silver for Beginners: A Starter Guide

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At David’s Jewelry and Coin Exchange, we want all of our customers to be comfortable with every purchase they make. That’s why we’re committed to helping first-time investors make the right asset purchase for themselves. Silver is a great place to start! Keep reading to learn more about the basics of investing in silver for beginners.

Why Is Silver a Good Investment?

It’s okay to feel nervous about your first investment, but you’re already on the right track by doing your research and considering a valuable asset such as silver. Silver is a good investment for multiple reasons.

It’s a tangible asset.

Today’s digital age has exponentially expanded your opportunities for investment. Cryptocurrency and stocks may be popular, but there’s nothing like being able to hold a tangible asset. There’s only a limited amount of silver in the world—making it inherently valuable.

Silver is cheaper than gold.

Many people’s first thought, when it comes to investing in precious metals, is to purchase gold. However, silver has a couple of advantages! Silver is the perfect place to start your investment portfolio because it’s cheaper than gold, but you’re still able to see a significant return. It’s also easier to cash out with silver than it is with gold. 

Silver sees a higher return.

Because silver is cheaper than gold, that means it has the opportunity to rise at a higher rate when markets are up. This can offer a layer of financial security when the economy is unstable or your finances take a hit.

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A Variety of Options to Choose From

Another great thing about investing in silver is that there are several options for you to choose from. There are silver bars, rounds, and coins,—all of which we have available in our store! After hearing what you’re interested in, we can help you make a decision about which option could be best for you.

Contact Us to Learn More About Investing in Silver for Beginners

We love helping people begin their investment journey. With 25 years of experience and a large selection of coins, bars, and bullion to choose from, including Morgan Silver Dollars, Peace Silver Dollars, Half-Dollars, Buffalo Nickels, mint sets, proof sets, and many more, there’s no better place than David’s Jewelry & Coin Exchange for you to get started.

Doing your research on the internet is great, but getting an expert opinion from a team you can trust and in-person makes the experience more enjoyable and can help you feel more confident about your decision. Call us to schedule an appointment or visit us during normal business hours!

Download our Beginner’s Guide to Investing in Bullion absolutely FREE!

Need Something for Summer? The David’s Jewelry & Coin Exchange Texas A&M Summer Internship Program

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If you’re a college student nearing the end of your studies, you’re likely thinking about finding a job in your desired field after graduation. Many employers will be looking for recent graduates with a good GPA, extracurricular activities, a good work ethic, and some work experience. But how do you add relevant work experience to your resume before graduation? The answer is internships! Internships are an excellent way for students to learn the ins and outs of a job and what is expected from employees in any given field. At David’s Jewelry and Coin Exchange, we love providing opportunities for students in our community to gain essential experience and add valuable skills to their resumes. That’s why we’re thrilled to offer a Texas A&M student summer internship program. Keep reading to learn more about this exciting opportunity! 

About The David’s Jewelry & Coin Exchange Texas A&M Summer Internship Program

Our internship program is specifically for students attending Texas A&M at the College Station Campus. This internship is ideal for any student interested in business management or owning their own business after graduation. Fields of studies may include but are not limited to Business, AgriBusiness, or Marketing. This is a paid, full-time, on-site internship with a salary commensurate to your experience.

The Summer Intern responsibilities may include the following:

  • Assist Customers with Buying, Selling, and Repairs
  • Closing Registers at the End of the Day
  • Inventory Management
  • Assist with Marketing Digital Strategies
  • Merchandising Inventory
  • Processing and Shipping Orders
  • Any Other Duties Assigned

Benefits Of An Internship

The benefits of completing an internship before you graduate from college are endless. Hiring managers will look for industry-related and general skills that any employee should possess. Completing an internship means gaining valuable personal skills and hands-on experience that you can apply in future jobs. Additionally, internships are meant to be a learning experience. This is your opportunity to learn from experienced professionals, ask as many questions as you need, and learn more about what aspects of a job you enjoy and areas for growth. Finally, internships allow you to make connections with professionals in your field. These connections are especially important as you graduate, and future employers will examine your work experience and the impact you made during your time in your internship. 

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Apply Today

Our summer internship application portal is officially open! However, keep in mind that we’ll only be accepting applications until we fill the position. So be sure to submit your application as soon as possible. If you are selected for this internship position, we’ll reach out to further discuss the details of your role. We’re so excited to work with the Texas A&M students in our area, and we can’t wait to get started! If you have questions or would like to request more information, please feel free to contact us.

Jewelry & Coins for Christmas: Our Favorites at David’s Jewelry & Coin Exchange

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The Christmas season is upon us, and we couldn’t be more jolly to help our customers find the perfect Christmas gifts for their loved ones. To spark some holiday joy, each member of our team has picked out their favorite items in our store that even Santa would envy. Keep reading to learn about everyone’s top picks for this gift-giving season! 

Our Jewelry and Coin Picks For Christmas  

We asked each member of our team to search our inventory and select their favorite piece of jewelry and a favorite coin. Puts a new spin on ‘jingle,’ doesn’ it? For many, picking just one item proved challenging because our collection offers many incredibly stunning pieces of jewelry and coins that offer rich history and more. See what each of us selected below:


danelle's jewelry and coin picks

For her jewelry selection, Danelle picked a stunning 14K yellow gold, diamond, and tanzanite vintage necklace. This necklace offers a dainty, twisted gold chain and an intricately designed pendant featuring diamonds and a stunning tanzanite center stone. Price: $1,999. 

Danelle also picked a very special item for her coin selection. She selected a 2012 P 5 oz 25C El Yunque Puerto Rico coin. This is Danelle’s favorite coin because her family visited El Yunque National Forest in February 2022. During their trip, they hiked up the mountain and then enjoyed the rainbow from the top of Mount Britton Tower. Price: $375.


darrell's picks for christmas coins and jewelry

Darrell picked an absolutely stunning 14K rose gold engagement and wedding ring set. This set features a gorgeous 3.25-carat emerald cut center diamond and a 4.25-carat total diamond weight. Price: $24,999.

For his coin selection, Darrell picked a 1937-D PCGS F12 3-Legged Buffalo Nickel 5C. At more than 85 years old, this coin holds an incredible amount of history. Price: $440.


Ryan's picks for christmas coins and jewelry

Ryan’s jewelry selection is hard to beat. He picked a 1997 Vintage Rolex Day-Date President in 18K Yellow Gold. Rolex’s are classy, stylish, and a great investment. You can’t go wrong with a watch like this! Price: $19,999.

Ryan’s coin selection is a 2013 Australian one-kilo (35.27 ounces) silver bullion coin. Pricing for this coin is dictated by the current silver spot price.


Jaime's picks for christmas coins and jewelry

Jaime’s jewelry selections ring a personal note: Jaime chose three GIA-certified yellow diamonds, ranging from 2.17 carats to 2.66 carats and priced from $20,000 to $25,000. He picked these three yellow diamonds because they came from an estate ring that touched his heart. 

For his coin selection, Jaime picked a 1-ounce Mexican Silver Libertad Coin. This shining silver coin is a great conversation starter and would make an excellent gift for the coin collector in your life. Price: $50.

Ollie’s coin selection is a Mint Medal 2014 China 5 oz Silver Panda Smithsonian Institution PF 70 Ultra Cameo. This is an extraordinary coin with the cutest design! Price: $350


noah's picks for christmas coins and jewelry

Noah is a man of style! So, of course, he had to pick a heavy 14K yellow gold Cuban link necklace for his jewelry selection. This necklace offers a classic style that will take any outfit to the next level. Price: $4,999

His coin selection is an 1875-S Twenty Cent Piece. This coin is in excellent condition and would make a great addition to any coin collection. Price: $550


Will's picks for christmas coins and jewelry


Will is a soon-to-be graduate of Texas A&M, so his pick for his favorite jewelry item was an easy choice. He selected a 14K yellow gold aggie football necklace. Will graduates from Texas A&M with a degree in Economics in December 2023, and understandably, is partial to TAMU jewelry! Price: $199

For his coin selection, Will picked a 1798 Spanish Pillar Dollar Coin. This coin is a remarkable piece of history and will immediately add value to any coin collection. Price: $250. 

Find Your Coins and Jewelry for Christmas at David’s Jewelry and Coin Exchange

Now that we’ve shared our favorite items, we invite you to visit us in-store (and you don’t have to go dashing through the snow to get here)! We’d be more than happy to help you find unique and thoughtful gifts for the special people in your life and make this season all the more festive and fun. Santa doesn’t have to be the only one who wins this Christmas; you can too! 

If you have questions about any of our favorite items in this blog, feel free to contact us. We hope to see you soon and help you rock the holidays!

How Your High School Senior Can Receive “Diamonds Do Good” Scholarship

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At David’s Jewelry and Coin Exchange, we believe in the power of community and serving those in need. Our owners, David and Danelle Weaver, are passionate about meeting the needs of our local and international communities. Recently, their service efforts have contributed to building a second educational building at the Ethan Ellsworth Vocational Training Center in Kolir, Uganda. Locally, , they have generously committed to helping local high school seniors pay for their college expenses through their Diamonds Do Good Scholarship! Keep reading to learn how your seniors can apply. 

Our Diamonds Do Good Scholarship 

The Diamonds Do Good scholarship was created to spark a drive for community service in seniors in the Bryan/College Station area and to help hardworking students pay for their college expenses. This scholarship was just created in 2022, and our first scholarship winner will be announced in April 2023. To qualify for the scholarship,students must currently be a senior and attend  public, private or homeschool within the Bryan and College Station city boundaries and have been accepted to Blinn College or Texas A&M University College Station Campus for the fall of 2023 school year. Students must also be seeking an Associate’s or Bachelor’s Degree.

Service Project Requirements 

In addition to the above requirements, students must also complete a community service project. This service project should focus on meeting our communities’ needs and creating a lasting impact. Service projects should be 100% created by the students and don’t include simply volunteering for an existing project. Students completing service projects must:

  • Meet a need in the community 
  • Plan and develop a project to meet that need 
  • Lead and execute the service project 
  • Summarize the lasting impact of the service project 

Once the service project is completed, students should go ahead and submit their scholarship application! To submit your application, students must:

  • Submit the application form 
  • Submit a document that identifies the community needs the service project aims to address, the steps taken to plan the project, and post-project evaluation. 
  • Submit a 5-minute video showing the service project’s planning, execution, and evaluation process. This video should be submitted via a YouTube link. 
  • Submit a photo of yourself 

Apply Now! 

Scholarship applications are open now through March 31, 2023. One high school senior will be selected as the scholarship winner and will be notified directly or through their school at a scholarship awards ceremony. There is still plenty of time to apply, but we encourage you to get started on your service projects and submit your application as soon as possible. We’re so excited to see your work in the community and the lasting impact your service will have! If you have any questions regarding the Diamonds Do Good scholarship or our services, please feel free to contact us.

Are Diamonds Truly Forever? Everything to Know About Diamonds at David’s Jewelry

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We’ve all heard the sayings “Diamonds are forever,” “Diamonds are a girl’s best friend,” and “Angels are like diamonds.” Diamonds have been used in jewelry for centuries, and are a staple in the jewelry industry. But what makes these precious stones so special? Keep reading to learn about the different cuts of diamonds, what to look for when purchasing a diamond, and how you can find your perfect diamond at David’s Jewelry and Coin Exchange. 

Diamond Classifications

Diamonds have been a popular stone for engagement rings for decades. They are known for their timeless beauty and are one of the planet’s strongest materials. One of the reasons diamonds are a popular choice for engagement rings is their ability to be cut and shaped in so many different ways. The Gemological Institute of America (GIA) categorizes the different shapes by their unique cuts. Some of the most popular shapes include:

  • Asscher – A square diamond cut with rectangular facets. 
  • Cushion – A square-shaped diamond with rounded corners and larger facets. 
  • Emerald – A rectangular-shaped diamond with long rectangular facets. 
  • Heart – A heart-shaped diamond. The shape of this diamond can vary based on the length-to-width ratio. 
  • Marquise – A long, oval-shaped diamond with rounded sides and pointed tips. 
  • Oval – An oval-shaped diamond with long sides and rounded edges. 
  • Pear – A brilliant-cut diamond with a single point and rounded end.
  • Princess – A square-shaped diamond with pointed corners. 
  • Radiant – A square-shaped diamond with trimmed corners and long facets along the sides of the stone. 
  • Rose – A round diamond with a flat bottom and facets on the surface. 
  • Round – A round cone-shaped diamond with deep facets. 
  • Trillion – A triangular diamond with deep facets. 

Tips for Buying Diamonds

Picking out a diamond for an engagement ring is an important decision and can be overwhelming. We’ve been helping our customers for over 25 years with jewelry needs of all kinds, and we’ve found that these simple tips will help us work together to find the perfect diamond. 

  • Set a budget: There are many options to choose from, and setting a budget range will help us find a selection of diamonds to fit your needs. 
  • Look at the 4 C’s: Determine your desired cut, color, carat weight, and clarity of the stone. We will work with you to find a diamond with these qualities within your budget. 
  • Find her style: Take a look at her existing jewelry collection and what she tends to wear. Does she wear more classic or modern jewelry? Does she wear jewelry with thick bands or smaller bands? You can even snap a few pictures of the jewelry she wears. Keeping her style in mind when selecting a diamond will help ensure she falls in love with her ring at first sight! 
  • Find her shape: Again, diamonds (especially in engagement rings) are prized for their versatility in shapes and cuts. However, the special person in your life may have her own preferences for shape, style, and setting. Common shapes are round and square, as they go with most every attire and are certified classics. If she prefers elegant and vintage design and dress, she’ll likely be happy with these kinds of diamond shapes. Style is something to look out for too. For reference, round-shaped diamonds are cut in brilliant style, with “style” indicating facet arrangement (brilliant styles give off more sparkle and reduce appearance of inclusions). There are different settings you can choose from as well, with statement settings suiting the chic and glamorous gal and more low-key and secure settings readily adapted to the outdoorsy type. Common settings include:
    • Three stone – Large center diamond with two accompanying sidestones
    • Halo – Center stone adorned with smaller gemstones for more sparkle and larger appearance
    • Sidestone – A larger center stone bookended by small gemstones and diamonds for more color and sparkle
    • Solitaire – The most popular engagement ring setting that can be bezel set (more secure) or prong set (more light capture)
  • Find her size: The most common ring size in the U.S. is a size 6. However, you can easily find your partner’s ring size by finding a ring she already wears and tracing the inside of the ring on a piece of paper. You can also place the ring on your finger and trace a line around where the ring stops. These measurements will help us determine the correct ring size. If you’re unsure, always estimate a larger ring size, as it’s much easier to size a ring down than to size a ring up. If the ring isn’t the right size, we’d be more than happy to resize it! 

Diamonds at David’s Jewelry and Coin Exchange 

There’s a lot more to diamonds than meets the eye—and a lot that can go into the purchase of one (especially for big days and forever afters). Did you know that you can buy diamonds at David’s Jewelry and Coin Exchange? We offer custom jewelry design services and a large inventory of engagement rings and loose diamonds. Buying a diamond for any occasion can be stressful and expensive. However, it doesn’t have to be when you shop with us. Whether you are looking to propose to your loved one with a unique ring, upgrade a piece from your collection, or create a custom piece of jewelry, we have more than 100 options of diamonds to choose from. Our team will work with you to find the perfect stone for your jewelry needs. 

Come shop in-store to view our selection of beautiful and unique jewelry and diamonds. If you have questions about specific pieces of jewelry or diamonds, contact us today. We look forward to working with you!

Come In for a Complete Jewelry Box Makeover to Clean and Polish, Repair, Redesign, or Sell Your Jewelry

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Jewelry is unique in that it’s often something you keep for a long time. For example, engagement and wedding rings are jewelry pieces that you wear for the majority of your life and then pass on to your children. The meaning and memories behind the jewelry you wear are priceless. That’s why we encourage you to treat yourself, and your jewelry, to a complete jewelry box makeover! Keep reading to learn how our expert staff can help take your jewelry box to the next level. 

Cleaning and Polishing Services

After years of daily wear, your jewelry might look a little bit lackluster. But there is no need to worry! We offer a free cleaning and polishing service. Bring your jewelry into our store and we will clean and polish your jewelry while you wait. In just a few minutes, we will make your jewelry look brand new and restore its sparkle and shine! 

Jewelry Repair Services

The jewelry that means the most to you often sees the most amount of wear. Over the years, your gold might lose its shine, a prong might get worn down, stones could be loose, clasps could break, and much more. Thankfully, our team of experts is here to help restore your jewelry to its former glory! Here are the some of the jewelry repair services we offer in-store:

  • Necklace, bracelet, ring, and earring repair
  • Necklace, bracelet, and ring resizing 
  • Replacement of missing diamonds or precious stones
  • Necklace and bracelet clasp replacement 
  • Addition of bracelet safety chain 
  • Adjustment and replacement of earring backs
  • Rhodium plating on rings
  • Ring prong replacement

We also offer watch battery replacement and adjustments for watch bands with links. 

Update Your Jewelry Box

We understand that jewelry holds priceless sentimental value. We also understand that sometimes you want to change things up! Our expert jewelers have years of experience designing and creating beautiful pieces of custom jewelry. We can take your existing pieces and help you redesign them into a beautiful new piece that still holds the original sentimental value.

Additionally, we would be more than happy to help you select pieces to complement your current collection or find some new pieces to stand out. We offer a vast selection of diamond bands, silver and gold necklaces, pendants, charms, and much more! 

Sell Your Unwanted or Broken Jewelry 

We can also help you sell unwanted or broken jewelry in your collection to make room for new ones. Our team has jewelry industry knowledge and experience to help you receive fair pricing for your jewelry. Simply visit us in-store, our team will evaluate your items to determine their condition and value, and then we’ll present you with a cash offer. Our process is quick, easy, and only takes about ten minutes. 

Top-Tier Customer Service

No matter your jewelry needs, we’re here to help! No project is too small or too large for our team to handle. If you have questions about our products or services, please visit us in-store or feel free to contact us today!

Investing in Gold and Silver Coins and Bullion: Why It’s Worth It


In today’s economy, there are many different investment options ranging from stocks, bonds, NFTs, and cryptocurrencies. Each of these investments operates in different ways and yields profit at different rates. It can be a lot to take in! However, investing in gold or silver coins and bullions is a safe option that isn’t nearly as complicated. Keep reading to learn why you should consider investing in coins and bullion. 

Why Invest In Gold and Silver Coins And Bullion?

Firstly, investing in gold and silver coins and bullion offers peace of mind that many other types of investments cannot. Coins and bullion are tangible items. You can see, feel, touch, and physically count your portfolio. You’ll always know how much you have. Secondly, gold and silver coins and bullion are considered safer investments. They are less prone to high inflation rates and are more secure during uncertain financial times. These items are typically valued by weight and material. 

Getting Started in Investing in Gold and Silver 

So, where do you start? Start by determining how much you would like to invest. Traditional investors recommend holding 5% to 15% of your personal assets in gold and silver coins and bullion. The next step is to  create a diverse portfolio by purchasing different types of precious metals. Gold is a bit more stable than silver, but silver tends to follow economic activity. Additionally, silver can be easier to use as a form of payment due to the smaller denominations. How you create your coin and bullion portfolio all depends on your financial needs and sensitivity to financial risk. 

Where to Buy Coins and Bullion

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The safest option for buying gold and silver coins or bullion is to shop in-store. Buying these items online can be risky and unsafe because you can’t be sure who you are buying from, the quality and authenticity of the items, or if your items will be delivered safely. When you shop with us, you’ll have access to our extensive selection, and our team of experts will be there to help you along the way. 

We’re Here to Help

At David’s Jewelry and Coin Exchange, we pride ourselves on our dedication to our customers. We offer over 25 years of experience and an expansive selection of coins and bullion to choose from. We’re here to help you make smart investment decisions, and we keep all transactions confidential. Ready to get started? Contact us or visit us in-store today!