Where Can I Get My Ring Re-Dipped? 18 Jewelers Listed

Short Answer: You can usually take your ring back to the jeweler of purchase to get it re-dipped; some jewelers also re-dip rings from other stores. The cost for re-dipping typically starts around $60 and is not included with the ring purchase, unless you also buy an additional warranty or protection plan. Below, we have the list of jewelers that offer ring re-dipping services, plus those that don’t.

Where Can I Get My Ring Re-Dipped?

Independent and chain jewelry stores may offer re-dipping services for rings and other jewelry. Some jewelers will only re-dip jewelry originally purchased at their stores; others will allow you to bring in jewelry from any store for re-dipping.

Re-dipping restores a ring to its original luster when the coating on the metal begins to show signs of wear. This coating is also known as rhodium plating and is most commonly used for white gold rings. Rhodium plating lasts about two to five years, and each time the rhodium plating wears down, the ring will need re-dipped. Other types of metal, such as platinum, are not typically dipped before you purchase them and will not require re-dipping.

The following jewelers offer re-dipping services:

Ben Bridge Jeweler

  • Cost: Starts at about $40
  • Time: Up to three days
  • Requirements:
    • No appointment needed
    • Re-dipping is available Tuesday through Saturday.
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Bulgari

  • Cost: Decided upon inspection; usually starts at $60
  • Time: Two to three weeks (Bulgari does not re-dip on-site; it will ship the ring to a goldsmith.)
  • Requirements:
    • No appointment needed
    • Only available for rings purchased from Bulgari
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Cartier

  • Cost: Determined upon inspection; starts at $65
  • Time: Up to three weeks (Cartier sends rings to New York for re-dipping.)
  • Requirements:
    • No appointment needed
    • Only available for rings purchased from Cartier
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Daniel’s Jewelers

  • Cost: Determined upon inspection; starting at $60
  • Time: Same-day service
  • Requirements:
    • No appointment needed
    • No purchase requirement
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De Beers Jewellers

  • Cost: Determined upon inspection; usually starting at $50
  • Time: About two weeks (De Beers will send the ring to a goldsmith.)
  • Requirements:
    • No appointment needed
    • Ring must be a De Beers purchase
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Don Roberto Jeweler

  • Cost: $50 per ring
  • Time: About two weeks
  • Requirements:
    • No appointment needed
    • No purchase requirement
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Fink’s Jewelers

  • Cost: $50 per ring
  • Time: The goldsmith picks up rings on Wednesdays and brings them back on Saturdays.
  • Requirements:
    • No appointment needed
    • No purchase requirement
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Fred Meyer Jewelers

  • Cost: About $40 per ring; if you purchased the Lifetime Jewelry Care Plan when you bought your ring, the store will re-dip it at no charge.
  • Time: About five days
  • Requirements:
    • No appointment needed
    • No purchase requirement
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Hannoush Jewelers

  • Cost: Starts at $45; Hannoush Jewelers will determine the total cost upon inspection.
  • Time: Up to two weeks
  • Requirements:
    • No appointment needed
    • No purchase requirement
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Harris Jewelry

  • Cost: Harris Jewelry offers one redipping per year to its warranty customers. If you bought your ring at Harris Jewelry and did not purchase a warranty, costs will vary upon inspection.
  • Time: Up to three days
  • Requirements:
    • No appointment needed
    • Ring must be a Harris Jewelry purchase
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Helzberg Diamonds

  • Cost: Starting at $35; no charge if you have the Helzberg Jewelry Lifetime Care Plan
  • Time: About ten days
  • Requirements:
    • No appointment needed
    • No purchase requirement
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Jared The Galleria of Jewelry

  • Cost: Free of charge if you have a service plan; otherwise, about $50
  • Time: One to two days
  • Requirements:
    • No appointment needed
    • Ring must be from Jared
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JCPenney

  • Cost: Starting at $40; if you purchased your ring at JCPenney, and it includes the Lifetime Jewelry Care Plan, rhodium re-dipping is free of charge.
  • Time: Up to four weeks
  • Requirements:
    • No appointment needed
    • No purchase requirement
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Macy’s

  • Cost: Free if you have a service plan; otherwise, $50
  • Time: Up to three weeks
  • Requirements:
    • No appointment needed
    • No purchase requirement
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REEDS Jewelers

  • Cost: If you purchased a warranty when you bought your ring, re-dipping is available at no charge; if you did not purchase a warranty, REEDS Jewelers will determine the cost upon inspection.
  • Time: Up to one week
  • Requirements:
    • No appointment needed
    • Ring must be a REEDS Jewelers purchase
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Rogers & Hollands

  • Cost: $50
  • Time: About ten days
  • Requirements:
    • No appointment necessary
    • No purchase requirement
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Tiffany & Co.

  • Cost: Determined upon inspection; usually starting at $60
  • Time: Up to several weeks
  • Requirements:
    • You must complete the Tiffany’s Service Request Form and mail your ring to the provided address. If you live near a Tiffany & Co. store, you can also drop off your ring there for service.
    • Ring must be a Tiffany’s purchase
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Note: For more information on jewelry services at this store, see our article on how to get a ring resized at Tiffany & Co.

Zales

  • Cost: About $75; no charge if you have a service plan for the ring
  • Time: About three weeks
  • Requirements:
    • No appointment needed
    • No purchase requirement
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Retailers That Don’t Re-Dip Jewelry

In the course of our research, we contacted the following stores and found that they do not offer rhodium re-dipping services:

  • Costco
  • Kay Jewelers
  • Kohls
  • Neiman Marcus
  • Sears
  • Target
  • Walmart