Textures to decorate the ring surface
Techniques include hammered, carved, and surface finishing (matte or hairline). In addition to hammered patterns, decorative carving with grooves, matte and matte finishes with different textures, etc., can be used to simply add a single texture, or multiple textures can be used to add layers of depth to the texture.
A texture that is made by repeatedly polishing the surface of the ring until it reflects like a mirror. The elegant impression enhances the splendor of the wedding rings.
Set a roll of paper file on the tip of the rotary tool and start polishing with a rough one. Gradually, the file is replaced with smaller grit of polishing compounds and the work will be completed by patiently repeating the process so as not to destroy the form of the ring. There is a difference in the feel when applying on platinum and gold rings, and it is necessary to control the amount of force and the way the tool is applied according to the metal being handled.
The glossy luster gives the impression of classic wedding rings. The texture will gradually change over time to a matte texture due to the minor scratches that occur with daily use, so it is an interesting way to nurture the texture along with the couple's lives. It is also possible to restore its luster since the time of newlywed with our after-sales service.
The least glossy texture of all the matte textures at ith. It makes the contours of the ring and the color of the metal are clearly visible.
Using a machine called a sand blaster machine or sand blasting machine which will blast fine glass particles along with air onto the rings to make the texture.
It is a glittering and gorgeous texture to make the rings shine even without setting any gemstones.
A process by using the culet (pointed tip) of a diamond repeatedly struck on the surface of the ring to create countless concave parts.
The metal of the concave parts shine as if they had been polished.
Hammered Texture (Autumn Type)
A delicate, intonated hammered pattern, like the mackerel sky of autumn.
The striking surface of a special hammer has fine unevenness on it. When the ring is struck with the hammer, a matte texture that leaves a dull luster will be transferred and produced at the same time as these delicate hammered texture that is origin to ith.
The random hammered patterns and the matte shadow give the ring a sense of modesty.
A "semi-matte texture" that has moderately luster which is about halfway between a mirror texture and sandblasting texture. It is called "hairline texture" due to the fine horizontal streak patterns that are like hair.
The sponge files are used to make the surface in a certain direction to emphasize the lines, which goes well for some ring designs with curves.
The original matte texture of ith with fine lines shines softly and has an elegant sheen.
The regular grid patterns are applied line by line by an artisan by using the tip of a carbide spatula.
The random, delicate curved lines of ith's original matte texture shine with rich nuance.
Using the tip of a carbide spatula, the artisan hand-applies irregular lines while spinning the ring at the time.