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Our craftsmen are true artisans when it comes to creating the jewellery our customers come to cherish. We are glad to give you a glimpse of the magic that's usually hidden behind closed doors.
A great shot of our jeweller’s bench where all of the magic happens!
Every custom ring is made from a wax mould. You can see the initial measurements being taken here.
A centre marking is made in the wax to show where the stone will be set.
After a lot of filing and shaping done by hand, the design of the ring comes to life.
A special tool is used to carve out the setting for the stone.
A close up of the stone set in the wax to make sure the proportions are done right.
A close up of the wax after it has been injected into the rubber.
As you can see, after about 20 seconds the wax is removed
A good shot of the scale and mixer. The mixing of the plaster is very important—the wrong mixture could result in burnt castings!
To guarantee that there are no air bubbles in the plaster, suction is maintained in an airtight seal.
The wax is left inside of the plaster overnight to slowly burn away leaving its impression behind.
Gold is then mixed in with just the right amount and type of alloy depending on the karat and colour of finished gold.
The investment is then placed inside the caster, where spinning and gravity force the gold into the impression.
A close up shot of the “tree of rings” which appears when the plaster is broken away.
The rings are then cut off of the tree. You can see the flat bottoms of each ring where it was once attached to the tree.
The rings are lathed and smoothed before setting stones.
The gold is then sanded down.
Gold solder is then carefully applied to secure the setting.
Before stones are set into any piece of jewellery they must be perfectly crafted.
During the rhodium plating process the gold is first painted in rhodium and then dipped into acid and electrified.
Lastly, the finished product is given to people to wear and love for a lifetime.