Glass bead necklace repair
A lovely repair of various shapes and colours of beads, repaired onto a nylon coated wire to hold the weight of the beads.
Multi-strand glass and metal bead necklace repair
These beautiful beads all needed the string replacing as it had become very fragile and close to breaking. I used a nylon coated wire with a soft drape due to the small size of the beads.
Blue cut glass crystal necklace repair
It's hard to capture the true beauty of these beads in a photo, the cut shape of them really caught the light. These beads had been knotted onto a cotton cord, I removed this and replaced it with a nylon coated wire and used small glass beads as spacers in place of the knots.
Vintage cut glass amber crystal necklace repair
This very long necklace was in pieces when it arrived, I repaired it onto a nylon coated wire that would hold the weight of the beads with a small clip clasp in gold to work with the colours of the necklace.
Vintage double strand crystal necklace repair
These beautiful crystals came with a stunning original clasp with inlaid crystals. I worked with existing clasp but used a much stronger cord to hold the crystals.
Amber statement necklace repair
These beads had some significant weight to them and the original string had disintegrated, I repaired onto a double thickness of nylon coated wire to hold the weight of the beads.
Antique garnet necklace repair
An absolute joy to repair, this very old necklace was just a box of beads when it arrived. I restrung them onto a nylon coated wire with a nice drape for the style of the beads. I added a simple lobster style clip clasp at the customers request. I had to include a picture of the beautiful original box with the necklace.
Italian glass millefiori necklace repair
This genuine Italian glass necklace was a joy to repair, I replaced the original silver spacer beads with new ones due to the originals tarnishing. and strung onto a strong nylon coated wire.
Acrylic oval pink necklace repair
A very lightweight necklace that needed the string replacing, using a nylon coated wire to repair the necklace and adding a new lobster style clip clasp.
Chunky wooden statement necklace repair
This lovely necklace was on an inadequate cotton cord, I replaced it with a new nylon coated wire that was strong enough for the size of the beads.
Cut glass drop statement necklace repair
A lovely necklace to repair which really caught the light, restrung onto a nylon coated wire suitable for the weight of the necklace.
Crystal glass statement necklace repair
This was a tricky one to repair due to the pattern the beads had been made into, I managed to work with thsi and repair the part that was damaged safely.
Elegant round pearl necklace repair
A gorgeous classic pearl necklace, sympathetically repaired onto a nylon coated wire with a nice drape to the beads. i also added a magnetic clasp to make it easier for the wearer to use.
Striped resin statement necklace repair
This beautiful resin necklace was chunky but light due to the material of the beads, I repaired this onto a chunky cotton cord knotted in between the beads to give separation to the beads and show off their full pattern.
Stunning multicolour pressed glass necklace repair
This beautiful necklace had some weight behind it so each bead was individually held on a separate wire link, I matched the wire used to the original and repaired those that were becoming loose.
Vintage blue crystal necklace repair
This stunning rare blue crystal necklace was a joy to repair, it was originally strung on a weak cotton cord. I replaced this with a strong nylon coated wire and added a magnetic clasp making the necklace easier to use for the customer
Chunky Statement Necklace
The string that this necklace was on and worn and needed replacing with something more durable to hold the weight of the beads. I used a double thickness of nylon coated wire to repair this necklace suitable for the weight of the beads
Vintage blue grey pearl necklace repair
These pearls were a delight to repair, they're stunning colour shining with different effects when the light caught them. These were strung on a weak string so I replaced this with a strong nylon coated wire, working with the original clasp to keep the original vintage look to the necklace.