Jewelry Repairer Salary in United States

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Average Salary for Jewelry Repairer in United States

The average salary of a(n) Jewelry Repairer in United States is $47,421.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Jewelry Repairer in United States is $22.80.

The average bonus of a(n) Jewelry Repairer in United States is $797.00.

Job Description:

Fabricates and repairs jewelry articles, such as rings, brooches, pendants, bracelets, and lockets. Forms model of article from wax or metal, using carving tools. Places wax model in casting ring, and pours plaster into ring to form mold. Inserts plaster mold in furnace to melt wax. Casts metal model from plaster mold. Forms mold of sand or rubber from metal model for casting jewelry. Pours molten metal into mold, or operates centrifugal casting machine to cast article. Cuts, saws, files, and polishes article, using hand tools and polishing wheel. Solders pieces of jewelry together, using soldering torch or iron. Enlarges or reduces size of rings by sawing through band, adding or removing metal, and soldering ends together. Repairs broken clasps, pins, rings, and other jewelry by soldering or replacing broken parts. Reshapes and restyles old jewelry, following designs or instructions, using hand tools and machines, such as jeweler's lathe and drill. Smoothes soldered joints and rough spots, using hand file and emery paper. Less

Fabricates and repairs jewelry articles, such as rings, brooches, pendants, bracelets, and lockets. Forms model of article from wax or metal, using carving tools. Places wax model in casting ring, and pours plaster into ring to form mold. Inserts plaster... More

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