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The Lost-Wax Process: Explained

The term "lost-wax process" is an ancient method used for creating metal objects with intricate details or complex shapes. It dates back thousands of years and has been used by various...

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What's a Normal Jewelry MOQ?

The normal minimum order quantity (MOQ) for manufacturing jewelry can vary significantly depending on the type of jewelry, the manufacturing process, and the specific manufacturer or supplier. MOQs are typically...

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A Brief Guide to Sustainable Jewelry

Sustainable jewelry refers to jewelry that is produced and sourced in an environmentally and socially responsible manner, with the goal of minimizing its negative impact on the planet and its...

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Finding the Best Silver Jewelers

Based on annual production volume and having a robust and developed history, the following places create some of the best, high-quality sterling silver jewelry making in the world: Thailand: Thailand...

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What Gen Zers look for in their jewelry

An article created by McKinsey titled: Meet Generation Z: Shaping the future of shopping, highlighted the shift in values felt by Generation Z. While previous generations have talked about values and...

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8 Major Jewelry Trade Shows to Attend

In your search for a sustainable jewelry manufacturer, it might be productive to visit an in-person trade show to have the opportunity to meet face to face with several companies...

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Common Causes of Jewelry Allergies

Several metals and materials commonly used in jewelry-making can cause skin allergies in sensitive individuals. The most common jewelry-related skin allergies are often caused by: Nickel Allergy: Nickel is one...

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Where the World Leaders Craft Jewelry

The world’s top fashion brands often outsource the production of their sterling silver jewelry to various manufacturers and workshops located in different parts of the world. The location of production...

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The Jewelry-Maker's Guide to Metal Types

The choice of metal for manufacturing jewelry depends on several factors, including your budget, design preferences, target market, and the specific properties of the metal you want to achieve in...

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What does OEM mean?

In the context of jewelry manufacturing, OEM stands for "Original Equipment Manufacturer." This term refers to a company that produces items that are ultimately branded and sold by another company....

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What is cire perdue?

"Cire perdue" is a French term that translates to "lost wax" in English. It refers to the lost-wax casting method, a process used for centuries in sculpture and metalwork to...

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A Guide to Gold Vermeil

Gold vermeil, pronounced "ver-may," is a type of jewelry finish that involves a combination of precious metals. Specifically, it is a term used to describe a piece of jewelry that...

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What is B Corp Certification?

A B Corp jewelry company refers to a jewelry business that has been certified as a B Corporation. B Corps, or Benefit Corporations, are companies that meet specific social and...

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