I am making a jewelry line with precise geometric and architectural
shapes but I cannot find anyone who will polish these pieces without
rounding over the edges. For example, imagine a shape that looks
like a ladder and polishing between the rungs to make those spaces
I have asked jewelry manufacturers in New York for references but I
have been told this requires careful hand work and is labor
intensive. Since I originally intended to make these pieces out of
silver I suppose no one would consider working on these, now I will
make them out of gold I still don’t know where to find someone who
will finish and polish these shapes with a high level of detail.
Can anyone give me a reference for someone/company who does this
kind of work?
Is this an unrealistic expectation? Is jewelry produced
commercially rounded and polished bright because it is costly to do
Are there any techniques to achieve a square edge that will
facilitate production? For example, some of my designs I would
polish in several parts then solder them together.
I would appreciate any advice. The square edges are what make the
designs special if I can’t do this I would have to abandon these