Calla Gold Jewelry

Calla Gold is your Santa Barbara Personal Jeweler, available locally by appointment.

(805) 963-4157

“I’d be glad to be your Personal Jeweler. Call me. I’m here to help you find the greatest pleasure, satisfaction and delight with your jewelry collection.”
~ Calla Gold

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Calla Gold is your Personal Jeweler – a true “Jeweler Without Walls” who takes pride in working with clients one-on-one to integrate their personal sense of style and taste into custom designed jewelry and repaired jewelry pieces. Unlike typical jewelry businesses, Calla Gold has no brick-and-mortar location. Calla Gold comes to you, bringing you the jewelry collection you want to see and collaborating with you to create unique custom jewelry. Contact Calla Gold today at (805) 963-4157.

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  1. I bought a rather fine gold neclace, and I can’t even feel where the clasp is, let alone maneuver it. I see you specialize in putting realistic clasps on necklaces, I would love some help

  2. Can I plate over sterling silver an if so can I get it back before the 15

    • We can rhodium plate over sterling silver. Are you local? That makes a difference in how soon you can get it back.

  3. Hi Calla
    M an immigrant and soon be flying to Canada . I have jewellery worth more jab 10,000 cad and how am I supposed to keep it .like in hand carry or checked luggage . What would be safe and since m immigrant m allowed to take gold in good amount but still will der be any extra security stuff ?

    • Hello Uzma,
      I would ask an immigration expert. My blog is about wearing your fine jewelry in typical amounts and I do not extend my advice to bringing in big amounts of gold.
      Your Personal Jeweler,

  4. Would you give me a general cost for fixing rings that can not be worn because of bad nuckles. The clasps I have seen where the ring clasps on underside and fit snug.

  5. I posted a long email on your inherited jewelry blog, about a re setting for a old european cut diamond about 0.43 ct. Could you look at that blog and send me an answer! I would very much value your opinions.

  6. I purchased an engagement ring from a friend. The ring is a size 8 and needs to be sized to 4.75 or 5. Im not having much luck finding a jeweler who will do it. Is this something you would do?

  7. Hello,
    A family friend of ours gave us our wedding bands as a gift. My husband thinks his band is too thin, is there any thing we can do about it? We don’t want to get a brand new ring since it was a very thoughtful gift to us.

    • Hi Daniela,
      I have a project I did recently where a ring from a man’s grandfather cut him when it caught on a cabinet. It was so thin he bled a bit. Not a lot but it got him to decide to do something. I created a new ring to encase the old one. The whole thing is thicker and it looks and feels great.
      Your Personal Jeweler,

  8. hye..i am a student of contemporary metal design and majoring in jewellery..i have a question (more to asking your opinion actually).
    in your opinion as a jewellery you think that metalsmithing fabrication knowledge is important for design development process? and please give a reason why. kindly respond to my question. thank you

    • Hello Syiera,
      I came to the jewelry industry from sales, so my bench experience is limited. My admiration for the metalsmiths I know is great. As a jewelry designer it is crucial to have a a firm sense of the reason you want to design jewelry. Even more so to have the end client’s happiness in mind. I find that listening and educating them on what is available designwise and the nuances like what width and height works best for a full fleshed finger vs a more knuckles-prominent finger, longer or shorter fingers and details that make them look good make you a better designer.
      Since I am busy enough that I use metalsmiths as opposed to being one I feel that the knowledge you gain working the metal is very valuable.
      Some design ideas won’t wear well, some details will hurt when worn, working metal and trying on your creations will help you find the ergonomic choices you will use in your designs in your career.
      I hope that helps.
      Your Personal Jeweler,

  9. Hi, Calla! I sent you an email about 2 pieces of jewelry that I need repaired. Looking forward to hearing back from you!

    Angela Wright
    Dillon, Montana

  10. Hi, Calla!
    My boyfriend recently bought me a sterling silver ring for Christmas, however he forgot I am allergic to it. I can only wear gold plated or full gold metal jewelry, would you be able plate it and it will prevent me from having a allergic reaction to it?

    Conway, South Carolina

    • Hello Victoria,
      Some people who are sensitive to sterling silver will have a ring rhodium plated. That may or may not help you.
      I do rhodium plating.
      Your Personal Jeweler,

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