Step 8: Polishing Diamonds and Engraving

 < Previous Step |

Step 8:

Polishing and Engraving 

 | Next Step >

When the diamonds are set and the jewelry is ready, a final and thorough polish is carried out. While the diamond may scintillate the light reflected through its many facets, the metal itself must luster and shine as well.

The Leibish logo and the metal hall mark are engraved on each piece using a laser. For assaying purposes each piece of jewelry is inscribed with the metal type indicating whether it is Platinum or 18-karat gold.

Polishing the Cup

Polishing the Reflector of a Diamond Ring

 Polishing the Shank

Polishing the Shank of the Diamond Ring

 Steaming the Jewelry

Steaming the Jewelry After a Polishing

 Ensuring the Jewelry is Properly Polished

Checking the Polishing

Skip to any of the other steps in the manufacturing process of jewelry design










< Previous Step

Step 8: Polishing and Engraving

   Next Step >

Popular Articles View more articles
Article Image

Jewelry enthusiasts collect for many reasons---simply looking at a stunning work crafted in precious metals and stones can transport a gemstone fan into another

Article Image

Make a Statement We know that these pink beauties are pretty pricey, but that doesn't mean you can't create something that is not only beautiful but impressive

Article Image

Follow the Yellow Gold Road Regardless of the metal color you choose for your piece, using a yellow gold basket and prongs will maximize the color of the diamond.