12 Jewelry Care Tips

By Emily on Wednesday, August 1st, 2018 in Guides, Ring Care. No Comments

You love your jewelry. When you look at your favorite pieces, it evokes a sense of pride and admiration and most likely reminds you of a pleasant memory. So how do you make sure that you can continue enjoying your jewelry for years to come? Just follow these jewelry care steps. There are several things… Read More


Everything You Need to Know About Ring Sizing

By Emily on Wednesday, June 27th, 2018 in Informational, Ring Care. No Comments

At Kloiber Jewelers, we offer numerous fine jewelry repair services, but there’s one repair in particular that we constantly get requests for, ring resizing. Whether you were recently gifted a ring, are newly engaged, or have gained/lost a little weight, your ring may not fit the way it should on your finger. So what can… Read More


Commonly Asked Questions: Ring Sizing

By Emily on Wednesday, December 27th, 2017 in Commonly Asked Questions, Informational, Ring Care. No Comments

If you’re one of the lucky individuals who received a gift of fine jewelry over this holiday season, you may be in need of one of our after-sales services. Generally necklaces, bracelets, and earrings don’t require any additional work, but rings usually need to be resized to properly fit the wearer’s finger. Here are some commonly asked… Read More


Summer Jewelry Care Guide

By Emily on Wednesday, August 2nd, 2017 in Guides, Informational, Ring Care. No Comments

For three months out of the year we get to enjoy the warm temperatures and gorgeous weather that only summer can bring. We get to relax by the pool, spend days at the beach, do some yard work, and finally go on that much needed vacation. But all of these activities can take a toll… Read More


How to Identify a Particular Diamond

By Emily on Wednesday, September 7th, 2016 in Diamond, Gemstones, Informational, Ring Care, Uncategorized. No Comments

There may be a unique code inscribed on your diamond and you probably didn’t even realize it. When determining the grade of a diamond, GIA diamond graders also use a micro-laser to inscribe a unique number specific to only that diamond. The inscription occurs on the diamonds girdle, the thin layer dividing the top and bottom portion… Read More


The 2 Main Types of Jewelry Appraisals

By Emily on Wednesday, May 25th, 2016 in Informational, Ring Care, Uncategorized. No Comments

You’ve recently purchased or inherited a lovely piece of jewelry and are unsure whether or not to have it appraised. We recommend our clients have any jewelry piece over $1,000 appraised. If you purchased the piece at a jewelry store, you should always ask for a courtesy appraisal that details all of the important characteristics. If… Read More


The Benefits of Rhodium Plating

By Emily on Wednesday, December 30th, 2015 in Informational, Ring Care, Uncategorized. No Comments

If you own a piece of white gold jewelry, chances are that your jewelry piece has already been rhodium plated. Rhodium is a very durable, highly reflective, rare transition metal. It is the world’s most expensive precious metal and is commonly plated on white gold jewelry due to its many benefits. Here are some reasons why… Read More


How to Determine the Difference Between Genuine and Fake Diamonds

By Emily on Wednesday, December 2nd, 2015 in Diamond, Gemstones, Informational, Ring Care, Uncategorized. No Comments

With all of the various diamond imitations out there, it can be challenging to determine the difference between an authentic diamond and its imitation. Before making an impulse purchase or having your jewelry appraised before you know whether or not it’s actually worth the money, use these handy tricks to determine whether your diamond is… Read More


Kloiber’s Ring Care Guide

By Emily on Wednesday, July 22nd, 2015 in Ring Care. No Comments

Here are several things to keep in mind to make sure your ring stays safe and gorgeous for years to come. Purchase insurance. Like any valuable item, it’s a good idea to have your ring insured in case it gets lost, stolen, or damaged. Try not to remove your ring in public. Doing so increases… Read More