Experience and passion
When our best designers and gold alloy experts lock themselves up in the smelting workshop, we know that something special is about to emerge. Teamwork is prerequisite. The members have to understand each other implicitly; they need patience and a good deal of know-how. What is so difficult about this work? Gold, of course, is the main component of the alloy. The admixtures of silver, copper, or palladium determine the color. Even the smallest deviations in quantity, temperature, or in duration of the smelting process rule over success or failure. Smelting gold is an art in itself!