My Jewelry Repair Is Now Montblanc-Certified
The online division of jewelry and watch repair service M&G Jewelers can now restore Montblanc watches, writing instruments, and more.
My Jewelry Repair, M&G’s online division, launched in 2016.
While M&G has been servicing jewelers around the country since the 1990s, My Jewelry Repair is consumer facing, attending to customers’ watch, ring, necklace, bracelet, earring and even gemstone repair needs.
With its new official Montblanc authorization, My Jewelry Repair now boasts the expertise to restore the brand’s writing instruments, watches, leather goods and accessories to full function and aesthetic form.
Sylvain Costof, president of Montblanc North America, said in a statement: “Since 1906, Montblanc has created products with uncompromised craftsmanship. So, when life gets in the way and a repair is necessary, we trust My Jewelry Repair’s expertise to restore any Montblanc product to its original condition with an unwavering commitment to quality."
Customers can visit the My Jewelry Repair website to arrange for Montblanc servicing.
Started in Southern California, M&G Jewelers has served over 4,000 retailers, performing repairs at two facilities.
Earlier this year, the company opened a third in Rancho Cucamonga, California.
The 15,000 square foot facility is equipped with the latest technology. M&G worked with WOSTEP, the Watchmakers of Switzerland Training and Educational Program, to implement its state-of-the-art machinery.
M&G and My Jewelry Repair’s President and CEO Juan Guevara said of its new Montblanc partnership: “Our team benefits from more than 25 years of experience and is regularly trained by Montblanc to ensure strict compliance to its quality control expectations.
"We are proud to have developed this relationship and to be able to contribute to Montblanc’s outstanding commitment to product excellence.
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