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Enamel repair?

Article about: I have a decoration with a big enamel chip which stands out and is noticeable. I was wondering if there's any way of repairing or covering it up some how? The enamel is red and almost transl

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    If you have decided to attempt a restoration, then absolutely do the proper searching and find a Professional enamel restorationist- someone who is familiar and experienced with working on such things. I've actually seen some pieces that did look fairly decent, but just who did the work or what it cost, I have no clue. I would not trust your average run of the mill jeweler to do the work. Matching the tint and appearance will be an extremely delicate procedure.


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    There may be some restorers who would do the work but advise to remove all the enamel and replace with new in order to obtain a good match, because they know that to just re-do one small section would be extremely difficult and may take several trys, this in itself would not be cost effective

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    Hi guys,

    Thanks for the advice, If I end up restoring the cross I will post the results here.

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