Sam's Jewelry & Watch Repairs

637 S Hill St Los AngelesCA90014
Open
Sunday
Closed
Monday
9:30am-5:30pm
Tuesday
9:30am-5:30pm
Wednesday
9:30am-5:30pm
Thursday
9:30am-5:30pm
Friday
9:30am-5:30pm
Saturday
10:00am-5:00pm
Payment Methods: Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, Diners Club, Cash, Check
Average Rating
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LA Times on may 2,2010

Jewelry repairers who are worth their weight in gold
by Emili Vesilind

Sam's Jewelry and Watch Repairs

Jeweler Sam Boktor starting working in his father's jewelry store in Egypt when he was barely able to see over the front counter. That may be why he's not afraid to touch broken and bruised pieces that other jewelers deem "unfixable."
Boktor's 8-year-old repair shop...
by cityvoter on May 13, 2016 from cityvoter
Jeweler Sam Boktor starting working in his father's jewelry store in Egypt when he was barely able t.. read moreo see over the front counter. That may be why he's not afraid to touch broken and bruised pieces that other jewelers deem "unfixable." Boktor's 8-year-old repair shop -- located in the center of downtown's teeming jewelry district -- is known for taking on problematic pieces and for...
by 8coupons on September 05, 2015 from 8coupons
Jeweler Sam Boktor starting working in his father's jewelry store in Egypt when he was barely able to see over the front counter. That may be why he's not afraid to touch broken and bruised pieces that other jewelers deem "unfixable." Boktor's 8-year-old repair shop -- located in the center of downtown's teeming jewelry district -- is known for taking on problematic pieces and for its slick,...
by superpages on November 29, 2013 from superpages
Established in 2002
LA Times on may 2,2010
Jewelry repairers who are worth their weight in gold
By Emili Vesilind

Sam's Jewelry and Watch Repairs

Jeweler Sam Boktor starting working in his father's jewelry store in Egypt when he was barely able to see over the front counter. That may be why he's not afraid to touch broken and bruised pieces that other jewelers deem "unfixable."
Boktor's...
by yellowbook on September 04, 2012 from yellowbook