Creating Jewellery in lacquer requires “savoir-faire"
Mastering the art of lacquer is a very delicate work in Jewellery. Lacquer requires very diligent work and incomparable experience. Certain shapes cannot be made by all jewellers. It is a field that requires and many years of experience. There are many steps that are also required to make a good piece of Fine Jewellery. The Sand Laying and the Washing allow for the lacquer to grip the best to the surface of the Gold Ring. Then comes the prepping of the lacquer and then we let it sit. The final step is the polishing that gives the piece its brilliance. The Maison Jaubalet has looked for the best expert jewellers to work to create our lacquer jewellery. Patience, diligence, and knowledge have given birth to these works of art.
The Lacquer Jewellery from Maison Jaubelet Paris
The Maison Jaubalet has learned to make lacquer jewellery is very delicate shapes like twists and turns. These experts have put their talents to use to make lacquer pieces that are remarkable. The Dahlia Ring is as surprising as brilliant and has been made in the ateliers of Place Vendome where the artisans have went through the long and meticulous steps that they must go through. Their knowledge allows the lacquer to capture the light and bring happiness and brilliance to the woman who wears it. Other models contain lacquer like the solitary ring that has a black finish giving a chic and elegant to the engagement ring. This is what makes our brand different from the others. The knowledge of our experts, the materials, and the composition of the piece will determine the value and the quality of the piece.
Taking Care of Jewellery
Your lacquer jewelry is designed to be worn. If you can't show off your lovely necklaces, bracelets, earrings, and rings to the rest of the world, they're useless. Wearing your favorite items might make you feel great, but it also puts them in danger. Even while jewelry is designed to be worn, it can shatter, fall off, or wear down with time. The more we cherish and wear our jewelry, the faster it degrades. Fortunately, there are a few easy measures and safeguards you may take to slow down this process: Keep it dry: Getting your jewelry wet is never a good idea. It can cause fractures, dullness, and water stains. Keep it away from chemicals: This may sound self-evident, but hazardous chemicals may be found in lotions, perfumes, and hairspray. Keep your valuables out of these items. Avoid chemicals by putting your jewelry on last and taking it off first. Don't wear the same piece of jewelry every day. It will deteriorate faster if you use it too much. Don't forget about your other pieces of jewelry! Know when to remove it: Most individuals remember to remove their jewelry before going to bed, but they forget to do so when swimming, gardening, cleaning, or participating in sports.