Gold Calla Jewelry
Jeweler in Santa Barbara, CA
1st things 1st. Yes, my last name really is Gold. Could that be more ideal? Was I destined to become a jeweler, or what! I've lived in the Santa Barbara area nearly my entire life. I attended nearby schools and worked at local businesses. Accordingly, I've developed a close bond with the community. In 1983, I brought my lively and upbeat personality together with my name to create Calla Gold Jewelry. I have been visiting my customers in their homes and where they work ever since. I don't mind saying that i am a professional at helping people like you select the correct pieces of jewelry.
Gold Calla Jewelry
read moreA Personal Jeweler visits you by appointment, or for distant clients, by telephone and internet. A Personal Jeweler takes pride in working with clients to integrate their personal sense of style and taste into custom-designed jewelry. Calla Gold is such a jeweler and also repairs, restores and re-designs inherited or dated jewelry. Calla also carries a selection of fine jewelry and can help you select the perfect piece. I'm not going to win any popularity contests in my industry as a wedding ring designing jeweler saying this, but I say: "Don't buy titanium or tungsten wedding bands."
read moreCalla Gold Jewelry specializes in unique custom jewelry design for personalized pieces that you can't find at bid chain jewelry stores. An experienced and distinctive jewelry designer, Santa Barabara Jeweler Calla Gold personally crafts elegant custom jewelry based on your desires.
Jewelry Repair Services
read moreCalla Gold Jewelry expertly transforms your broken or un-wearable jewelry into polished, fixed and lovable pieces once again. Whether you have a broken clasp or an ill-fitting wedding ring, Santa Barbara Jeweler Calla Gold can revive your beloved pieces. Diamonds may last forever, but jewelry pieces - like people - need loving attention throughout their lifetime. Calla Gold Jewelry can repair broken jewelry and bring new life to daily wear favorites. This step also allows us to find out if any prongs are in danger or as I like to say, "in the red zone."