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    About SJR,  Watch & Jewelry Repair

    Expert Titanium Refurbishment

    Titanium is an amazing element gaining popularity in watchmaking. It’s lighter, stronger and even more resistant to corrosion than steel—plus, since it doesn’t need to be alloyed, it’s hypoallergenic! Even though titanium is super strong and scratch-resistant, it still needs some TLC over time, but did you know that only specialists like us can do the job? The tricky thing about titanium is that routine tasks like polishing require specialized tools and equipment that many jewelers and watchmakers—who are used to working with favorites like gold, silver and stainless steel—simply don’t have. In fact, most watchmakers will tell you that titanium watches cannot be refurbished at all—but not us! Because…

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    Designer Spotlight: Le Vian

    One of our favorite designers we carry in-store and online is Le Vian, a family-owned jewelry company with centuries of history. As far back as the 1400s, they were honing their magnificent craft, creating adornments and artifacts of unrivaled beauty. By 1746, Le Vian caught the eye of one of Persia’s greatest rulers, who put them in charge of guarding his vast collection of precious gems and jewelry. Ever since, Le Vian has carried that tradition with them, seeing themselves as “guardians of the jewels.” Part of how they do that is with a certification, given upon purchase, that outlines key details about your Le Vian. Plus, if you register…

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    Opal & Tourmaline: October’s Birthstones

    October babies are lucky enough to get two birthstones to choose from: opal & pink tourmaline! Opal got its name from the Greek word opallios, which means “to see a change in color,” and it’s easy to see why! Thanks to its composition of microscopic silica spheres, a rainbow of colors appears when this gemstone is exposed to light. There are many different types of opals that range from black to white and even red (known as a fire opal), each believed to bring good luck and protection to the wearer. The mysteriously beautiful opal is considered a delicate stone, coming in at 5.5 to 6 on the Mohs scale…

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    Sapphire: September’s Birthstone

    For over a century, sapphire has been recognized as September’s official birthstone. The name “sapphire” comes from the Latin sapphirus and the Greek sappheiros, which both mean “blue stone,” though the gem comes in many other colors, too. Sapphires have been treasured and used in jewelry making for thousands of years, and it’s no mystery why! Not only is this gem stunningly beautiful, but it also scores a 9 on the Mohs scale—only one rank below the diamond—making it tough enough to wear daily without having to worry about chipping or scratching the stone. But it wasn’t just superb durability that attracted the ancients to sapphires—it was also something more…

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    About SJR


    Our mission has always been to be a one-stop-shop for all your jewelry needs, and for over 15 years, we’ve been doing just that! Whether you need a watch battery replaced, the perfect gift, or even a custom-designed piece, we can do it all—right here in the Nashville area! The story of our local business started when Service Merchandise—where our founders worked for a total of over 40 years—closed its doors forever, leaving a void in the community. We knew we could fill that void, and Service Jewelry & Repair opened its doors in 2002, providing not only a full line of fine jewelry, engagement rings and watches, but also…