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Q: Anyone know of a place in Beijing that fixes jewellery?

I have a bunch of broken silver chains and bracelets that need fixing. It should be easy to fix but i have no idea how i can go about doing this. Can i just walk into a random jewellers? Has anyone any experience with this? Thanks!

7 years 1 week ago in  General  - Beijing

 
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This is a quality shop and the prices are very reasonable, at least for Beijing.

 

Beijing Fine Jewelers 北京大方元珠宝行

 

Sanlitun三里屯Bldg 3, China View Gongti DongluChaoyang District朝阳区工体东路丙2号红街大厦3号楼 Daily 8.30am-9.30pm6501 8046, 139 0114 6739 SmokingCash only

 

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I too would suggest Beijing fine jewellers to fix your jewellery.

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