When we think of goldsmiths, we usually think of them as a profession during the medieval times or something like that. It’s one of those jobs that we don’t usually take into consideration nowadays. What’s the use for a goldsmith in our modern age, though?
Answer: PLENTY of things. This age old profession is still legit and certainly a traditionally noble one, at that. Goldsmiths go through long apprenticeships to master their craft and it’ll show in their work. I’m prone to dropping plenty of pieces of jewelry down the sink drain (yes, I’m THAT clumsy) and not realizing the damage that I’ve done.
And yes, you guessed it. I’ll turn on the garbage disposal and lose another ring or necklace or whatever piece of jewelry that was on my person, a mere few seconds before. The situation is tragic, to say the least, especially for pieces of jewelry that are so near and dear to your heart. But these amazing goldsmiths have come to the rescue to fix jewelry pieces that you’d think were beyond repair.
These modern goldsmiths can restore broken rings you’d think were goners: