Pearls and Beads Restringing

It’s always best to use a professional for restringing broken pearl and bead chains to ensure the best result.

At LeSkript, a team of highly skilled knotters stand ready to work for you at a moment’s notice.

We encourage our customers to create a customized pearl necklace. Choose from our an unbeatable inventory, including a vast selection in all the cultured pearl types presented in this book, and design the strand of their dreams, complete with the perfect clasp.

Like any precious heirloom, pearl jewelry requires care
to sustain its beauty. One of the few organic gems, pearls are more susceptible to damage than stones created
by intense geological pressure and heat. To maintain their luster, pearls shouldn’t be worn while exercising or during the application of make-up and styling products, which can damage them.

To clean pearls, avoid using an ultrasonic cleaner, or any rough materials, which can damage their nacre.

Use a simple cloth dipped in mild, soapy water, or a gentle jewelry cleaner safe for pearls, and wipe each pearl delicately. To properly maintain your strands over time, check the clasps or screws to make sure they are secure, and keep an eye out for looseness in the strand. With wear, even well cared for pearl strands may loosen and require restringing. If you wear your pearl strand often we recommend restringing it at least once a year. When storing your pearls, or pearl strands, place them by themselves in a soft jewelry box or pouch to avoid scratching them with metal or other gems.