How Jewellers Work Their Magic
The jewellers who shell out the amazing accessories we may someday wear have to learn and follow long, specific instructions. These will then produce beautiful pieces of art that we can wear. Usually, the casting method includes:
Wax, in the exact shape of the future piece of jewellery, is moulded. The wax is covered in a plaster casing. Afterwards, the covering is heated to let the wax melt away, leaving a plaster cast with a hollow in the shape of the ring. This cast undergoes centrifugal casting, where gold is placed into the mould and is allowed to spread throughout the cast. After cooling, the cast is broken apart to reveal the jewellery. As you may have guessed, creating jewellery is no easy task. Jewellers have to look at very intricate details, and at the same time be able to work their hands in heat. They do different types of things to create a single artwork that will be exhibited by someone else.