History and Progress
Jewellery design is being used as a form of decoration since the oldest time. It is the profession or art of creating jewellery. This art has taken many forms throughout the years, from the simple beadwork of ancient times to the sophisticated metalwork and gem cutting.
Jewellery design has remained constant over the years. Production techniques, the fundamental references, and materials from ancient times are still being used to this day. Yet the recent developments in machinery and technology have allowed artists, easier alternatives to some of the old methods. Jewellery design trends are highly affected by the economic and social states of the time.
Before the jewellery is created, designs are created or rendered by a Jewellery designer, who has the functional knowledge of materials, techniques, wearability, composition and market trends.
Traditional hand-drawing and drafting methods are still utilized in designing jewellery. However, a shift is taking place to computer-aided design programs like CAD, Rhinoceros 3D and Matrix.
Jewelry rendering is a process of generating realistic photo images from sketches, colours and 3D models of jewellery pieces. It helps to see the final looks of the product before producing it. It eventually saves lots of time and money and Future problems.
A Diamond is Forever. Diamond Grading is a process to know the clarity of Diamond. Evaluating diamond clarity involves determining the size, nature, relief, number, and position of a diamond’s inclusions and blemishes. It is mostly dependent on The 4cs of Diamond.
Gemmology is a part of Geology. It is the science of dealing with natural and artificial gemstone and gemstone materials. It is considered a branch of mineralogy and geoscience.
All these factors must be incorporated to create Masterpiece jewellery.