Each piece of diamond jewellery is crafted to be flawless and exceptional in its own way. We use the most sophisticated means to produce jewelries. If you want to know how diamond jewelries are made, follow our simplified guide to jewellery making process. Find out for yourself the amazing methods which come with production. The guide is a flow chart that describes the process of jewellery making.
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In designing jewellery, the need of customers is put into consideration. Customers may demand diamonds of a particular colour reflection or some sort of style in designs. Sometimes, the materials that come with the diamond are of equal importance to customers. The dealer will keep them in mind what customers need, and the producer will work according to popular demand. The final decision, however, falls in the hands of the designer as well as the craftsman in the making of diamond jewellery.
Metals have to be cut into elements that can then be used for jewellery items. It is done using a piercing saw generally. However, laser-cutting options have also gained prominence off-late. In the forming phase, the metal takes the shape after it is hammered, bent, raised over a stake, sunk or when die-forming methods are used.
In this process, the metal is joined with application of heat. Although it can be done using different ways, it is done using a gas-torch. Lately, laser-welding and TIG welding have also been used.
In this process, wax models are used for creating moulds and the molten metal is then filled into it. This process is a complex one. However, multiple pieces of the same jewellery can be made in a shorter span, which would, if not, require manual effort. The waxes can either be carved by hand by a specialist wax carver or digital milling processes can be used for the same.
Although this task would be separate from what a jeweller would usually do, it is gaining prominence and hence, many jewellers have learnt the art of doing the same. In this process, the gemstones are fitted into the finished jewellery pieces. When the stones are to be placed in specialised settings, good stone setters have a lot of scope, as jewelers would have an external setter to carry out the same.
Once the jewellery is fully made, it has to undergo a last round of polishing. It is the last stage of jewellery making and previously, there were specialised polishers to do the same, especially in Birmingham and London where it is still outsourced. However, in the present days, jewelers do the polishing by themselves.
A standard procedure is followed in the production of all diamonds. Each jewellery is treated in the same way to come out as good quality finished products. From the handing of rough stones to the attractive polishing stage, the diamonds all follow the proper process. Our highly trained and skilled artisans are up to the task of ensuring high quality job.
We have Quality Control Department that oversees each production stage. The process of making diamond jewellery is so organised that we get feedback and measure the quality at each stage of production. We make sure the standard does not fall below the expected quality at every point. The meticulous attention we give to the processes helps us produce the kind of quality our customers want. We made a promise to offer quality products, so we keep our word to create lasting relationships with our customers.
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