What about broken necklaces and bracelets?
Even if a necklace doesn’t break but you’d rather give it a boost than recover its original design, you can also choose to fix a necklace by remounting it into a bracelet, and restyle it while you’re at it.
Bracelets and necklaces are particularly prone to breakage because they’re so frequently worn - that is, on a daily basis, including in the shower and at the beach. Constant contact with perfumes, lotions and other beauty products can cause its chains to lose their luster.
Daily wear can damage your jewelry and result in broken chains or loose clasps. Yet, these can be easily tightened, or, if necessary, you can have some of its pieces replaced. Even in worst-case situations, broken necklaces can still be used to create perfect bracelets which, albeit smaller in size, will keep the character of the original piece. That way, the memories attached to it will remain there, but you’ll get a brand-new piece to add to your collection.