In 1988 PK Bennett was started by Peggy Bennett as a Jewelry Repair and Custom Design business. She had a shop in her basement and worked in it during the day while staying home and taking care of her two young sons. As the business grew it became evident that a new location was needed and the decision to open a retail store was clear. In 2001 Peggy and Rich Bennett opened PK Bennett Jewelers at 736 S. Butterfield Rd. and then again in 2014 moved to 742 S. Butterfield Rd. when they increased the size of their store.
From the beginning jewelry repair and custom design have been the forte' of the business and remains the backbone of the business today. With two fulltime bench jewelers on staff we have over 50 years of experience in repairs and manufacturing. Almost all of the repairs are done right here in our store, with only a very small fraction of speciality jobs having to be sent out.
Our customers enjoy knowing that with our experience and state of the art equipment we can repair just about anything. Quite often we have new customers that have been referred to us, bring in a family heirloom or sentimental piece of jewelry needing repair that another jeweler has said could not be done. We love seeing the look of excitement when we tell them, not only can we repair the special piece but at a reasonable price too.
Do you have something that needs repair, resizing or refurbishing? Do you have a family heirloom that you were thinking of wearing but it needs some work?
Stop in today for a free estimate on your piece and see why people love referring us to their friends and family.
PK Bennett Jewelers will also help you with your watch repair needs. We have certified watch repair technicians that have been trained and certified to work on any watch from Citizen to Rolex. All parts used are genuine manufacturers parts. Stop in with your watch repair needs for a free estimate.
Your Repair Status
If you would like to check the status of your jewelry repair at P.K. Bennett Jewelers, please have the repair number available. The repair number is typically 11 digits with dashes (e.g. 001-00001-001). If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact us.