Took a 1.5c diamond to seltzers , chose a ring and had him set it. I picked Seltzers because I thought he did good work(I will never mistake good advertising for good work again).After I got the ring home I noticed huge flaws in the craftsmanship ,was stunned.I took the ring back,the salesman was kind,but acted as though I was being overly picky and agreed to repair it.\r
We now have the ring back, but it is still in very poor shape,I don't know if he gouged it so bad during the first setting as to not have enough gold to fix it properly or he just doesn't have the skills to fix it properly. There are several flaws,I don't know what to do as my wife refuses to do anymore business with them. I have what to me is a huge amount of money invested,and feel something that is appraised under magnification with perfection being the goal such as a diamond, flaws that are easily spotted by a 49 year old man without glasses on the setting is inexcusable. \r
I would advise not doing business with them,I took another piece of jewelry to a ""cheap repair while you wait"" type of store and they were shocked when I asked them to look at the ring and told them my story.
Pros: good advertising