Gold Rate

Making Process

Diamond Selection
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DIAMOND SELECTION

Every diamond in the Vees Star Diamond Collection is hand-selected and cut to the most exacting standards, guaranteeing a more brilliant diamond.

Jewelry designing
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JEWELRY DESIGNING

The saga of fine jewelry begins with a commitment to artistic experience.

Master Making
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MASTER MAKING

Many designs are hand carved by a skilled craftsperson using an assortment of tools to sculpt the idea from a solid block of wax, the same way a sculptor creates a statue from a solid block of stone.

Casting prep
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CASTING PREPARATION – STEP 2

Once solidified around the waxes, the flask will be placed in a furnace and the wax completely burns out, leaving an exact negative void of the original waxes.

Casting prep
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CASTING PREPARATION – STEP 1

Wax originals and injected waxes are sprued to a “trunk” to create larger “trees” in preparation for lost–wax casting Care is taken during each step of the process to ensure fulfilling your expectations of quality results.

Waxinjection
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WAX INJECTION

The process of rubber molding and wax injection is the most common method used to accurately reproduce a wax cast from the original design.

Casting
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CASTING

Once flasks are removed from the furnace, they are ready for casting. Gold, silver and other non-ferrous metals are melted and poured using traditional as well as high-tech methods.

Inspection
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INSPECTION

Cast trees are cleaned, followed by a careful inspection for completeness and overall quality.  The individual finishing

Rough casting
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ROUGH CASTING

A talented craftsperson performing numerous hand operations while using files, grinding wheels, and other specialized tools, will refine the details in the rough casting. Skilled craftsmanship combined with the best finishing technology delivers to you the best products.

Finishing
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FINISHING

Combining expertise and experience, the jewelry finisher reveals the color and luster of precious metal, transforming the original design into a finished piece of fine jewelry.

Setting
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ROUGH CASTING

The experienced setter, using skill, patience and judgment, places diamonds and other gemstones into the design, where they are held in place by prongs, beads, channels, bezels, and other forms of setting.

Assembly
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ASSEMBLY

Many cast jewelry items require further assembly of parts, such as prongs, findings and two-tone components. Accurate assembly is only possible by precise brazing using a jeweler’s torch.

Hand made frame
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HANDMADE JEWELRY

Large or small orders, Vees Star Diamonds delivers quality products. For exquisite designs and limited our expert craftsmen work/sculpt the original design directly to the final piece which accounts for the fact that all the efforts are directed into raising a single piece of a particular design.