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Pearl Knotting, Pearl Repair and Pearl Stringing

No Roses Artisan Jewelry Los Angeles
Pearl Stringing Prices (Below)

The Valley's specialist in pearl stringing, pearl knotting and pearl jewelry design (both traditional and modern/alternative.) All pearl stringing is personally done by owner Lisa Hall with a pair of tweezers and a huge magnifying glass. It's an old-time method that ensures a luxurious and long-lasting result.

No Roses' pearl stringing expertise includes:
* Pearl Stringing
* Pearl Knotting
* Traditional and Alternative Pearl Jewelry Designs
* Clasp Attachment
* Bridal Pearls
* Lengthening and Shortening
* Complimentary Evaluation and Consultation *
Fixed Price Quotes
*Rush Pearl Stringing for Weddings
* Gemstone necklace and Bracelet Design

Basic Pricing
Our professional pearl re-stringing service prices will vary depending on size of pearls, length of strand(s), price of the clasp used and whether other types of beads will be added.

We can easily quote a price once we examine the existing strand(s). Basic stringing is typically priced as below:

* 16-18 inch strand of 6-8mm pearls
knotted between each pearl
using owner's existing clasp:
$40

* 7-8 inch bracelet with 6-8mm pearls
using owner's existing clasp:
$32

* Pearl cleaning flat rate:
$15/strand

*Complicated, damaged, larger than 6-8mm and multi-strand pieces are charged per strand. Pearl stringing requiring additional findings, gemstones or pearls will be individually quoted.

You’ll find us in the heart of the San Fernando Valley’s most vibrant shopping district and restaurant row. We’re in Sherman Oaks on Ventura Boulevard, ½ block east of Woodman.
No Roses Los Angeles Artisan Jewelry
Gallery / Shop / Studio
13624 Ventura Boulevard Sherman Oaks, CA 91423
818-986-1246
Info@NoRosesJewelry.com
@NoRosesJewelry on FB, Twitter and Instagram

We can also re-string other beaded/gemstone jewelry, redesign pieces, and can take two or more pearls off a strand to make matching dangle earrings.

Pearl FAQs

Do you offer wholesale pricing to other jewelers?
Sorry, we only work directly with clients and don’t offer wholesale pricing on pearl stringing; however, large orders may qualify for a volume discount.

Do you have a shop I can visit when it’s convenient for me?
Yes! We are a retail artisan jewelry store and keep regular hours. Drop off and pick up is welcome. We can also accommodate shipping. Check our home page for hours and how to make a personal appointment directly with Lisa.

Can you work with faux pearls?
Absolutely. We can do wonders with Swarovski and glass “pearls” Bring them by for Lisa to evaluate at no charge.

Do you use one of those knotting machines/tools?
Lisa knots and strings every single strand by hand with a pair of tweezers. The old fashioned method takes time, but ensures total control over the knots, the luxurious looking result and the long-lasting structure for your pearl strands.

My necklace always seems to break at the clasp Is that a “weak spot”?
It’s true, the weakest point of any bracelet or necklace is the point where the clasp attaches to the strand. To mitigate breakage, Lisa spends extra time covering the stringing material with the tiniest coiled gold or silver wire. This prevents the the metal clasp from rubbing against the stringing material, making your necklace or bracelet MUCH more durable.

I lost the clasp on my pearls! Can you replace it?
Definitely! We have a small selection of clasps in stock in both sterling silver and gold filled. We can also order in 14k or 18k yellow or white gold. We also have some very strong magnetic clasps perfect if you or your gift recipient has difficulty opening and closing clasps. The traditional type of clasp used for pearls is a "fish" shaped safety clasp, because even if it becomes unfastened the hook usually still catches on the clasp for added safety, but many clasp types can be used. We can quickly quote you a price on the clasp of your choice.

How long does a re-stringing take?
Turnaround time is typically about 1-2 weeks and may be longer during holiday season and peak wedding season. We can accommodate some rush jobs, so definitely let us know right away about your timing needs.

One of my pearls is a bit flawed. Can my strand be shortened?
Shortening offers the opportunity to either get rid of a few flawed pearls or to remove some to use to make drop earrings or a pendant. Most of our clients hope we can simply remove a few pearls, rather than a full-restringing. To ensure the integrity of the strand, this is rarely possible. In 95% of cases, the entire piece must be re-strung because the ends must be woven back through the 5-7 pearls or beads.

My grandmother’s pearls are too short. Can you make them longer?
Lengthening with just the existing pearls can sometimes be done if pearls were never knotted - adding knots will increase the length by about an inch or slightly more. One quick alternative is to lengthen the strand with an extender chain. We can also increase length to your pearl strand by adding some smaller pearls or gemstones near the clasp. Talk to us about your options and preferences.

You’ll find us in the heart of the San Fernando Valley’s most vibrant shopping district and restaurant row. We’re in Sherman Oaks on Ventura Boulevard, ½ block east of Woodman.

No Roses Los Angeles Artisan Jewelry
Pearl Knotting Specialists
Gift Gallery / Shop / Working Studio
13624 Ventura Boulevard
Sherman Oaks, CA 91423 818-986-1246
Info@NoRosesJewelry.com
@NoRosesJewelry on FB, Twitter and Instagram