Jewelry Diamond Setting

Looking for Diamond, Gem, Stone setting services for your luxury jewelry at competitive prices in Downtown Miami? Visit the Seybold® Jewelry Building located in the heart of Downtown Miami with 10 floors and over 300 stores of professionals at Diamond setting jewelry in Miami. We offer a complete range of diamond, gem and stone settings for your jewelry. If you are looking to gem, stone or diamond set your luxury jewelry in Miami, the Seybold® Jewelry Building is the right place to start this process. The Seybold® Jewelry Building offers a secure place to buy, sell and diamond-set luxury jewelry with the best competitive price in Miami.

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Diamond Setting in Miami

Visit the Seybold® Jewelry building with over 300 stores of professionals at the stone, gem, and diamond setting jewelry in Miami. Let us set your diamonds, gems, and stones on your jewelry in Miami, saving your money and memories. We delivered top-notch customer service and exceptional workmanship, all at an honest price.

Types of Jewelry Setting in Miami

While we are designing jewelry, we can choose from many methods of stone setting, each intended to present gemstones in a different manner. Some stone setting is intended to raise and dramatize a single stone, while other types offer clusters of gems to be viewed as a group. There are stone setting techniques with detailed workmanship that is intended to lead the eye to the featured design. In other cases, the setting work is intended to protect a fragile gem from excessive wear. There are stone setting techniques with detailed workmanship that is intended to lead the eye to the featured design. In other cases, the setting work is intended to protect a fragile gem from excessive wear.

Jewelry Stone Tightening and Replacement Services

If you need your stones tightened or prongs adjusted the Seybold® Jewelry building has professional stone setters on standby. If your precious gems or diamonds have been lost or damaged, we carry most of these replacements on-site. Maybe the gem you are looking for is more unique; our building has an abundant number of resources from which we can acquire the perfect replacement. In some instances, we may have a stone custom-cut and fitted to your jewelry. Our jewelers will always check on the integrity of the prongs, channels, or any other metal holding your stones in place.

What you should know

Stone setting
After casting, gems are meticulously set by hand. We add security to the settings by soaking the piece in our ultrasonic to try and loosen the settings. After each soak, the settings are tightened accordingly. It should be noted that metal retains memory and stones should be checked after no more than three months of initial wearing (especially rings) to ensure there has not been too much movement and stones are still tight. Our talented gemstone setters have decades of experience on top of excellent technical training in setting custom cut gemstones, one-of-a-kind pearls, lapidary art, and diamonds.
Know Your Gemstones
To get the most from your jewelry, familiarize yourself with gemstone wearability factors and the safest cleaning methods. Of course, your gems are most vulnerable when worn. If you are having your ring custom designed, discuss protective gem settings with your jeweler. If you are shopping for commercial jewelry, consider rings with the following types of settings and choose one that’s best for you. Stone setting is one of the essential stages of jewelry making, in which gemstones are attached in a metal casting. The main objective of a stone setting is to hold a gemstone securely as well as to enhance the brilliance of a gemstone by showing its cut, clarity, and color. Jewelry manufacturers use numerous methods to set a gemstone into a jewelry item, which generally is based on gemstone's cut and proportion.
In addition to checking the metal’s purity markings when shopping for jewelry, customers should use a magnifying glass to see if the stones are properly set. If there are prongs, they should be identical, with no space between the metal and the stones. In a pave setting, the metal should lightly cover the diamonds, so they look slightly embedded. In a channel setting, the stones should not overlap. Age is also a factor in a setting. If you are a vintage jewelry lover, be aware that older jewels can present problems due to [the materials involved. Many such pieces use silver and gold, which are softer metals and therefore make the setting more fragile.
Visit the Seybold® to find the best jewelry setting services in all Miami.

Jewelry Repair Services Offered:

  • Diamond setting
  • Stone setting
  • Gem Setting
  • Prong Setting
  • Bead Setting
  • Pave Setting
  • Bezel Setting
  • Gypsy Setting
  • Semi Bezel Setting
  • Channel Setting
  • Millgrain Setting
  • Flush Setting
  • Tension setting
  • Bar setting
  • Invisible setting
  • Cluster setting
  • Diamond Setting in Miami

    Visit the Seybold®Jewelry building with over 300 stores of professionals at the stone, gem, and diamond setting jewelry in Miami. Let us set your diamonds, gems, and stones on your jewelry in Miami, saving your money and memories. We delivered top-notch customer service and exceptional workmanship, all at an honest price.

    Types of Jewelry Setting in Miami

    While we are designing jewelry, we can choose from many methods of stone setting, each intended to present gemstones in a different manner. Some stone setting is intended to raise and dramatize a single stone, while other types offer clusters of gems to be viewed as a group. There are stone setting techniques with detailed workmanship that is intended to lead the eye to the featured design. In other cases, the setting work is intended to protect a fragile gem from excessive wear. There are stone setting techniques with detailed workmanship that is intended to lead the eye to the featured design. In other cases, the setting work is intended to protect a fragile gem from excessive wear.

    Jewelry Stone Tightening Services

    If you need your stones tightened or prongs adjusted the Seybold ® Jewelry building has professional stone setters on standby. If your precious gems or diamonds have been lost or damaged, we carry most of these replacements on-site. Maybe the gem you are looking for is more unique; our building has an abundant number of resources from which we can acquire the perfect replacement. In some instances, we may have a stone custom-cut and fitted to your jewelry. Our jewelers will always check on the integrity of the prongs, channels, or any other metal holding your stones in place.

    What you should know

    Stone setting
    After casting, gems are meticulously set by hand. We add security to the settings by soaking the piece in our ultrasonic to try and loosen the settings. After each soak, the settings are tightened accordingly. It should be noted that metal retains memory and stones should be checked after no more than three months of initial wearing (especially rings) to ensure there has not been too much movement and stones are still tight. Our talented gemstone setters have decades of experience on top of excellent technical training in setting custom cut gemstones, one-of-a-kind pearls, lapidary art, and diamonds.
    Know Your Gemstones
    To get the most from your jewelry, familiarize yourself with gemstone wearability factors and the safest cleaning methods. Of course, your gems are most vulnerable when worn. If you are having your ring custom designed, discuss protective gem settings with your jeweler. If you are shopping for commercial jewelry, consider rings with the following types of settings and choose one that’s best for you. Stone setting is one of the essential stages of jewelry making, in which gemstones are attached in a metal casting. The main objective of a stone setting is to hold a gemstone securely as well as to enhance the brilliance of a gemstone by showing its cut, clarity, and color. Jewelry manufacturers use numerous methods to set a gemstone into a jewelry item, which generally is based on gemstone's cut and proportion.
    In addition to checking the metal’s purity markings when shopping for jewelry, customers should use a magnifying glass to see if the stones are properly set. If there are prongs, they should be identical, with no space between the metal and the stones. In a pave setting, the metal should lightly cover the diamonds, so they look slightly embedded. In a channel setting, the stones should not overlap. Age is also a factor in a setting. If you are a vintage jewelry lover, be aware that older jewels can present problems due to [the materials involved. Many such pieces use silver and gold, which are softer metals and therefore make the setting more fragile.
    Visit the Seybold® to find the best jewelry setting services in all Miami.

    Jewelry Repair Services Offered:


  • Diamond setting
  • Stone setting
  • Gem Setting
  • Prong Setting
  • Bead Setting
  • Pave Setting
  • Bezel Setting
  • Gypsy Setting
  • Semi Bezel Setting
  • Channel Setting
  • Millgrain Setting
  • Flush Setting
  • Tension setting
  • Bar setting
  • Invisible setting
  • Cluster setting
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    Rings
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      5 star review  We only go here for our exclusive one of a kind jewelry. Instead of going online or any local stores, this is the only place we found to offer us unique pieces. We loved the shop ELENA's Fine jewelry store has given us our beautiful Cross.

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      2/20/2019

      5 star review  Lazaro is the best at Elena's fine jewelry.. he customizes and charges great prices.. got a I'd plate for my daughter Christmas present and couldn't have asked for a nicer person to deal with.. thank you!

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      11/10/2018

      5 star review  Went to Nemaro jewelers they were awesome! Susan attended us, very informative, polite and professional. Hands down recommended

      thumb eugenio sanchez
      12/15/2018

    Next-level service at the Seybold® Building

    Parking & Security

    We also aim at making your shopping experience nothing short of the absolute best, so we put everything into consideration. We offer valet parking, with trained attendants and a trusted store for your car keys. Our parking spaces are ample and also legal. Security is also an important factor, and our premises are well guarded, with security personnel who are trained on handling any situation. We also have surveillance to monitor the building.

    Valet Parking

    We all know how hectic traffic can be around downtown, but at The Seybold® we make sure this is the least of your concerns. Our concierge valet service is here to safely and legally park your car, while making all provisions to keep your car keys secure and serve you with a wide smile. So go ahead, stroll around the shops without worrying about park meters and tickets! With all this in mind, aren’t we the best option for the best jewelry in Miami? So whether you are looking to buy, or sell diamonds, or get a birthday gift for your loved ones, or looking to buy in wholesale for distribution, come to The Seybold® Building and get your mind pleasantly dazzled!