Production process

1. Design: The first step in the production process is designing the jewelry. The designer creates a sketch or a 3D model of the jewelry, which is used as a blueprint for the rest of the process.

2. Wax carving: Once the design is finalized, the next step is to create a wax model of the jewelry. This is done by carving the wax using specialized tools or by using a 3D printer to create the wax model.

3. Casting: After the wax model is created, it is used to create a mold. The mold is then filled with molten silver, which solidifies to form the jewelry piece.

4. Cleaning and finishing: The jewelry piece is removed from the mold and cleaned to remove any impurities or debris. Then, it is filed and polished to achieve the desired finish.

5. Stone setting: If the jewelry piece includes gemstones, the next step is to set them in place. This is done by cutting a hole in the jewelry piece and inserting the stone, which is then secured in place using prongs or other settings.

6. Final inspection: Once the jewelry piece is complete, it undergoes a final inspection to ensure that it meets the required quality standards. Any defects or imperfections are corrected before the piece is packaged and sent to retailers or wholesalers.