Stone Replacement

Find the perfect replacement

If you have lost a gemstone from your jewellery, it is important to choose a replacement gemstone that matches the original as closely possible. This will allow you to replace the gemstone without changing the appearance of your jewellery. Fidda & Katina are experts in selecting and setting replacement gemstones for jewellery.


Choosing a replacement gemstone

With so many factors to consider, it’s important to find the perfect replacement. We offer a large selection of diamonds in all shapes and sizes, giving you options for every occasion.

A certified replacement
Have confidence in your investment and purchase a certified diamond for the best quality replacement. These diamonds are graded on cut, colour, clarity and weight so you can be sure it will match the original gemstone as closely as possible.
Diamonds that sparkle like the original
At Fidda & Katina, we offer a range of mined and lab grown gemstones that are perfect for replacing your original gemstone. Our team of experts will help you choose the best colour, cut and clarity to match your original gemstone.
Common Questions

Depending on the type of jewellery, the setting may be delicate and require special care to avoid damaging it. We will check the piece to assess the type of setting, the overall condition of your piece to determine if additional repairs are required, and the best technique to fix it. Our team will endeavour to find the closest match to your original stone. Once we have determined the best course of action, we will provide you with a quote detailing the repairs that need to be undertaken to restore your piece.

Absolutely, Fidda & Katina can replace the stone in your ring. We will take care to match the new stone in size, colour, and clarity to the previous ones. As a consequence, you’ll get a ring that appears brand new yet retains the personal worth of your original piece.

The cost of setting stones in a ring can vary depending on the type of stone you choose, the ring and the number of stones that need to set. Generally speaking this can range from a few hundred to a few thousand dollars.

It is not uncommon for diamonds to fall out of jewellery. This can happen for a variety of reasons, including loose settings, damaged prongs, or simply wear and tear over time. If you notice a diamond is missing from your jewellery, avoid wearing it until it is repaired, as this will help prevent further damage.

Replace your gemstone with a new one