Manufacturing Process

OUR PRODUCTION AND MANUFACTURING PROCESS

To bring the designs to life, Goyel uses the best quality equipment and machinery made with the latest technology to ensure razor-sharp accuracy and precision. Our team is known for sourcing high quality semi-precious and precious stones from various locations around the world.

Furthermore, our manufacturing process is unique in the industry, renowned for its precision in casting, gem setting, laser marking, stone cutting, plating and oxidizing, and Pantone enameling.

THE DESIGN PROCESS

The design team develops several new styles every month, all in line with the latest trends and designs. Each design is created using the latest software technology. The dimensions, total weight of the diamonds and gemstones, and metal thickness are all carefully considered. A three-dimensional view of each design is created before it is approved for modelling.

THE MODELING PROCESS

This is the most important process in manufacturing, since even small quality defects are amplified in each subsequent step. In the earlier days, models were made directly in silver, but today most model makers use wax as an alternative, which is then cast in silver. Each modeller meticulously adheres to the designs and their measurements to the last decimal place; approximations are not tolerated. Great effort is made to ensure that each model is nothing less than a masterpiece in its own regard.

PRODUCTION OF WAX REPLICAS OF THE MASTER MODEL.

At this stage, an impression of the master model is molded in rubber by clamping it between two sheets of rubber and vulcanizing it at a temperature of 310 to 350 degrees Fahrenheit. The rubber mold is skillfully cut open to leave the perfect cavity of the model. The rubber mold is then inserted into a wax injection machine, which ejects wax in a molten state at a predetermined temperature and pressure. Within a few seconds, the wax cools inside the rubber, solidifies and takes the shape of the cavity. This process is called wax shooting. The wax impression is carefully pulled out of the rubber mold.

SETTING DIAMONDS AND GEMSTONES

Depending on the design, the diamonds and gemstones may be inserted into the wax replica itself before the model is cast in gold. For larger stones and more intricate designs with pavé work and pearl settings, the stones are not inserted until after the model is cast in gold. This ensures an exquisite finish with greater attention to proportion and symmetry.

THE FINISHING TOUCH

At this stage, small porosities or irregularities in the metal surface are smoothed. The ear studs and bracelet links are soldered. Brushes and a polishing wheel are then used to polish each piece of jewelry to achieve the desired finish. Some pieces are plated with rhodium to make the metal shinier and the diamonds and gemstones more radiant.

QUALITY CONTROL

Between each of the above processes, the jewelry pieces go through strict quality controls. The quality control staff is professionally trained to closely inspect each piece in accordance with the specified parameters. We pride ourselves on creating one-of-a-kind pieces for you that will last a lifetime. With each piece of jewelry you will receive a beautiful gift box with individual certificates of authenticity.

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