Store Hours


Store Hours

Monday - Friday: 10 am - 6 pm
Saturday: 10 am - 5 pm
Sunday: Closed


Location and Directions


Location and Directions

2202 Dixie Highway
Fort Mitchell, KY 41017

Take I-75 S/I-71 S
Take the US-25/US-42/US-127/Dixie Hwy exit, EXIT 188, toward Fort Mitchell
Turn left onto US-25/US-42/US-127/Dixie Hwy
Take the first right at the light at 2202 Dixie Highway
We are located at the far left end of the plaza

Take 275S
Take the KY-1303/Turkeyfoot Rd exit, EXIT 82.
Turn right onto KY-1303 N/Turkeyfoot Rd.
Turn right onto Dixie Hwy/US-25/US-42/US-127.
Drive 1.3 Miles
Turn left at 2202 Dixie Highway
We are located at the far left end of the plaza

Take I-75 N/I-71 N
Take the US-25/US-42/US-127/Dixie Hwy exit, EXIT 188, toward Fort Mitchell.
Turn right onto US-25/US-42/US-127/Dixie Hwy.
Take the first right at the light at 2202 Dixie Highway
We are located at the far left end of the plaza


Contact Information


Contact Information

Phone – (859) 331-2888


Jewelry Repair


  • Master goldsmiths accomplished in their field
  • Latest technology in laser machines
  • Expert evaluation
  • Express repair service
  • In business for 65 years, you can trust our unparalleled experience
Jewelers Repair Center


Schulz & Sons Jewelers features an on-site repair facility. Our master goldsmiths are the finest in their field and use the latest technology in laser machines. They take great pride and care in your repair. Most repairs, sizing, complex settings, and jewelry designs are done in-house.

We invite you to visit our Fort Mitchell location for a first-hand look at how we care for you and your jewelry.

Jewelry Repair Services

Jewelry finishing Jewelry polishing

With over 65 years of experience, our team of expert jewelers will use trusted techniques to service your jewelry. This includes laser welding and/or torch welding.



Love Your Fine Jewelry? Have it Appraised.


Diamond engagement rings, wedding sets, and heirloom jewelry are precious items that add beauty and joy to our lives. Unfortunately, these gorgeous objects are often the favorite target of thieves. Jewelry’s small size also means that it’s easily lost by even the most careful person. And sometimes, our favorite jewelry gets broken or damaged.

Jewelry Insurance is a Good Idea

One smart way to protect your fine jewelry items is with insurance. Securing insurance for your jewelry means that in the event of theft, loss, or damage, you’ll be covered, generally in the form of a check you can use to purchase a replacement item. With heirloom, family, and custom jewelry pieces, insurance can be used to have a look-alike replacement item made.

Appraisals / Evaluations are Required to Secure Insurance Coverage

Before you can have your fine jewelry insured, it must be appraised. A full appraisal is an objective examination of your jewelry item by a skilled certified gemologist appraiser. The appraisal records every pertinent bit of information about your jewelry that the insurance company will need to know, including precious metal content, the type, size, color, and quality of the gems, and other factors affecting the value. This is all recorded in a comprehensive document.

Added bonus: if you ever want to sell your fine jewelry items, a full appraisal by a certified gemologist appraiser will help you negotiate the best possible price!


Why You Want Tony Poole to Perform Your Jewelry Appraisal / Evaluation

When you have your jewelry appraised, you want that appraisal to be both accurate and credible. Our expert is an American Gem Society certified gemologist appraiser with the highest possible accreditation. He has proven experience and expertise in fine jewelry, with decades working here in Kentucky and across the United States. We perform all appraisals here in our American Gem Society Accredited Gem Lab.

When insurance adjusters and potential buyers see our name and professional certifications on the appraisal documentation, they know the item description and value numbers they’re seeing are believable and correct.

Looking for an Estate Appraisal?

Schulz and Sons also offers an Estate Appraisal service. Estate Appraisals are used to determine a fine jewelry item’s liquidation value; a number often needed during the process of dividing or settling an estate.

How Much Does It Cost To Have A Jewelry Appraisal / Evaluation Done?

To have your fine jewelry items appraised, the cost is $90 for the first item and $75 for each additional item. We strongly encourage scheduling an appointment; call 859-331-2888 to schedule your appraisal or use the form below to get started.

Clock Repair

Clocks add beauty, grace, and elegance to our homes or workplaces while also letting us know with pinpoint accuracy what time it is. Many clocks chime or play beautiful music. Fine clocks are extremely collectible, and are often treasured family heirlooms, passed down generation after generation.

There are many reasons a clock may need repair. Accidents or misadventures can lead to a treasured clock being damaged. Sometimes extreme weather events or a catastrophe in the home can damage a clock. Other times, the interior mechanism of a clock can simply wear down and break because of advanced age. In these instances, you need the services of a skilled Kentucky watch repairman.

Meet Tony Poole, Clock Repair Specialist


Tony Poole has been Schulz and Sons clock repair specialist for many years. Clock repair is delicate, skilled work, requiring a lot of knowledge, attention to detail, and patience. Tony possesses these qualities and a real, genuine passion for restoring clocks to their original working state. His appreciation for how much these clocks mean to their owners shows in the high quality of all the repair and restoration work he does.

Obviously, there are many kinds of clocks. Most clock repairs we see here in the shop are wall clocks, mantle clocks, and cuckoo clocks. If you have another type of clock that needs to be repaired, call us at 859-331-2888, or use the form below and we’ll let you know if it can be done. We’re always happy to provide repair estimates for free.

Watch Repair

Watch Service & Repairs By Our Rolex-Trained Professional


Fine timepieces are the highest expression of the jeweler’s art and precision engineering. The best watches are mechanical masterpieces, with elaborate gears, springs, and crystals all working together to keep you on time.

Luxury watches require a certain maintenance and upkeep. Sometimes, they get damaged and need repair or even restoration. In that instance, you’ll want to choose one of Kentucky’s finest watch repair services. Rolex has trained our expert, regarded globally as the world’s best watch brand. He is a specialist in Swiss timepieces, and will also work on other fine, Japanese, pocket, and antique watches.

High Class Watches Deserve High-Class Treatment

If you had a Lamborghini, you wouldn’t put any old parts in the motor when it was time for a tune-up – you’d demand Lamborghini parts. In the same way, we use only original parts in our watch repair department. That way, you can be sure your watch will work the way it was meant to. All repairs come with a year warranty, as well as a clean, oil, and adjustment.

Watch Battery Replacement: Quick and Simple

Everybody needs a watch battery eventually! Choose a one-year regular battery for just $15 or save money by signing up for the lifetime replacement plan for only $35. We also provide in-house crystal replacement, watchband adjustment, and watch band replacements. No appointment is necessary for these services; simply come see us at 2202 Dixie Highway, right here in Fort Mitchell, KY!

Does your antique watch need some TLC to look its best? Sometimes that’s the situation. That’s why we offer dial and case refinishing services. We’ll be happy to provide an estimate for these services for a minimal fee. Call 859-331-2888 or use the form below for more details.

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