About Us

We Are Leading Manufacturer Of Diamond Ring  And All Type Jewellery. We Are Build A Single Platform Where Customer Buy Directly From Manufacturer.

Our Manufacturing Process

The Whole Process Starts With Designing. Craftsmen Need To Put The Idea On Paper And Fill It With Details. Creating A Blueprint With The Exact Dimensions And Added Detailing Is Crucial During The Design Stage. The Idea Is Beginning The Process With The Right Foot And End With A Satisfying Final Product.

Designing A 3D Jewelry Model In CAD
After The Initial Idea And/Or Sketch Is Developed, It’s Time To Start Work On The Digital Model. Using CAD (Computer Aided Design) Software, The 3d Designer Will Make A Digital Render Of Your Jewelry.

3D Wax Printing Your Jewelry
That 3d Model From The Last Step Wasn’t Only For You To See A Sample Ahead Of Time; It Also Serves As The Basis For The Next Step, The Wax Model. In Most Modern Jewelry Production, The We Uses A 3d Printing Machine To Print A Wax Model Made Out Of Resin, Which Usually Doesn’t Take More Than 48 Hours.

Casting The Wax Model Into Metal
In The Next Step, The Jewelry Goes Through The Casting Process.. At This Stage, Your Piece Starts Looking More Like The Jewelry You Might See In A Store. The Wax Is Melted Away And Is Replaced With Your Metal Of Choice In Molten Form, Usually Gold, Silver, Or Platinum. The Metal Then Dries Into The Shape On Your Jewelry.

Basic Jewelry Assembly
After Your Jewelry Passes Through The Design And Casting Stage, The Final Fabrication Can Take Anywhere From 3 Days To 3 Weeks. At This Point The Jeweler Refines The Main Structure Of Your Ring, Necklace Or Other Piece. We Are Files Down The Casting Skin To Reveal The Metal Underneath. Although Casting Transformed The Jewelry Into Fine Metal, We Needs To Make Any Aesthetic Adjustments, As Well As Make Sure The Piece Can Functionally Support Gemstones.

The Stone Setting Process
For This Step, The Diamond Setter Finally Adds The Diamonds Or Other Gemstones Onto Your Piece. He Carefully Sets The Central Stone Into The Mount. If Side Stones Are Involved, The Setter Needs To Hand Drill For These Before Setting. Using A Microscope, They Then Set Each Separate Stone.

Polishing, Finishing, And Quality Assurance
In The Final Stage, A Polisher Works To Make Sure The Metal Is Polished To Perfection So It’s As Shiny As Possible. Any Final Additions Such As Engravings Are Also Applied. Finally, The Jewelry Is Inspected And Each Detail Is Analyzed To Make Sure Production Was Successful.