How to make a fine jewelry art product? The craftsman’s research and development, the ultimate art, the craftsmen’s relentless pursuit of exquisite craftsmanship, so that they can inject fresh soul into jewelry treasures, to achieve a centuries-old collection. It’s easy to make a good piece of jewelry, and it’s never easy to make every piece of work beautiful and beautiful between centuries. ‘The emperor’s jeweler, the jeweler’s emperor’, with the reputation of Cartier’s more than one hundred years of history, tells the story of a top jeweler from beginning to end. According to Xavier Gargat, the director of Cartier’s fine jewellery workshop, the essence of Cartier’s fine jewellery is the unparalleled passion of craftsmen; if you put it into the time dimension, it will be the inheritance of the top craftsmanship for centuries. Since its founding in 1847, Cartier has been through nearly 170 years. In 1899, Cartier came to 13 Rue De La Paix in Paris for his accurate judgment of social trends and his dedication to top skills. He established the Cartier Fine Jewelry Workshop on the third to fifth floors. With the pace of Cartier’s journey to the world, the workshop has flourished in London and New York, and at the same time, with its open cultural perspective, it has created unique styles in different historical stages. Craftsmen are at the heart of the jewellery workshop, and their infinite passion for jewellery creates a unique vitality. In the Cartier Jewelry Workshop, craftsmen of various types of jewelers, inlays, polishers, founders and so on have come together, and such a large scale can only be realized in Cartier. Most of the craftsmen have been in business for more than 20 years, and many craftsmen have dedicated their lives to this building for generations, witnessing Cartier’s pioneering journey in the field of fine jewelry. They are not only the craftsmanship of craftsmanship, but also the ingenuity of creative passion. Someone at the Cartier High Jewelry Workshop saw that the craftsmen were seriously grinding the back of the jewels and asked inexplicably: ‘No one can see on the back of the jewels, why do you need to polish them?’ The craftsman replied: ‘Every detail has a profound impact. With the overall beauty of the jewelry, we believe that God will look at the back of each piece of jewelry!” The craftsman’s persistence and rigor motivate them to pursue the perfection of the details in the production process, and the spirit of “every step is perfect” is Cartier. The belief in high-quality jewelry workshops. From the receipt of the designer’s hand-drawn manuscript, the jewelers began a challenging journey of creation. Because of the irreplaceability of each gemstone, they first need to comb the material to ‘show the most beautiful side of the gem itself.’ First, the jeweler grinds the model with soft wax or hard wax. Because the wax sculpture is relatively free, the sculptor can better interpret the form of the work. The inlayer uses the wax pattern to study the decorative effect of the gemstone: how to match the color, what kind of resonance, what kind of placement angle? Then, the jeweler uses the waxing method to take the precious metal parts, and through this superb technology and profound aesthetics, the details and proportions of the works are perfectly presented. The gemstone cutters are meticulously crafted and sculpted, with dexterous hands cutting the gemstones one by one at the best cutting point to reveal the most embarrassing side. The inlays use a variety of inlay methods for gemstones, including enamel, claw setting, pavé or embedded inlays. Regardless of the size of the stone, all are hand-set, so this is a time-consuming process. Once the force is not properly applied, the gemstone may be damaged during the setting process. The jeweler then combines the various parts of the jewel by fixing or articulating and polishing and polishing each detail. The polisher will work according to different metal materials: like the jewelry base and the hollow part, Cartier will use a special line of cotton to achieve a pure and shiny polishing method; while the fine edges of the set stones are polished with sharpened goose feathers. These interesting tools come from the inheritance of ancient handicrafts. Gem screening, design drawings, carved wax patterns, precious metal casting, gem cutting and engraving, hand inlaying, jewelry fixing, polishing and polishing, the creation process of high-quality jewelry works takes time and effort of the entire work team for months or even years. Therefore, every piece created by Cartier’s fine jewelry workshop is unique. The jewel outline map depicts all the details of the color, texture and density of the jewel Skilled inlay specialists use exclusive techniques to attach gemstones to jewelry for wax to metal conversion Through the hinge, hand-inlaid slowly, the whole piece of jewelry is completely presented Molded jewelry is exquisite As a century-old jeweler, Cartier’s relentless pursuit of the ultimate craftsmanship has become the instinct of inscriptions, urging it to break away from the shackles of existing technology, exploring the mysteries of the unknown, and then creating an art legend that leads the trend of aesthetics. In terms of mosaic techniques, Cartier’s innovation in traditional craftsmanship has greatly contributed to the evolution of jewelry history. In 1860, Cartier creatively introduced platinum into jewellery creation, promoted the transformation of gem setting process, and changed the western aesthetic orientation of Garland Style. The Cartier Collection houses a bird of paradise born in 1948. The rare volume (20.20 cm high and 156.45 g) makes this diamond brooch a rare piece of jewellery after the Second World War; The brooch combines almost all the inlay techniques,
and the diamonds of different sizes in different parts of the bird of paradise are naturally integrated into one piece, which vividly achieves a vivid effect. At the neck of the bird of paradise, in order to perfectly fit the curvature of the emerald-cut diamond, the craftsmen use the unique claw setting and carefully polished to show the elegance and honour of the bird of paradise; the brilliant cut diamonds surrounded by beads Give it a round and light body. The most striking thing in the work is the rich texture of the bird of paradise, and the craftsmen make it a reality through a variety of tailor-made mosaic methods. The crown feathers on the top of the head are clawed to create a stand-up state, luxurious fluffy tail feathers. It is a long stepped cut diamond with a gradual inlay of the orbital shape, which makes the brooch add trueness and three-dimensionality, and vividly reveals the proud appearance of the bird of paradise. Cartier Bird of Paradise Brooch, 1948, Cartier Paris In addition, the 100-year-old totem – Cheetah has created an eternal king legend in the history of Cartier’s style, and Cartier’s jewelers have been exploring ways to make it more vivid. The ‘fur mosaic method’ is a pioneering work on the details, and the texture of the cheetah fur is very subtle. This inlaid process encloses the gemstone by a small gold wire flattened on the gemstone, and is diamond-studded with a honeycomb-shaped openwork base. It is decorated with onyx or cabochon sapphires to show the wild cheetah delicately and vividly. fur. Famous Cartier cheetah paving craft map For a long time, Cartier’s skilled craftsmen are full of curiosity about the crafts of the world Van Cleef Earrings Replica. Cartier took the pace of exploring the world from the end of the 19th century. As the leader of the oriental civilization, China is full of unknown charm and attraction to European society. The ancient crafts from China have lighted the design ideas of Cartier. At the beginning of the 20th century, Cartier purchased several boxes of top-grade Cui Yu from China. Today, these feathers that have been included in the archives are still as bright as ever. According to experts’ comments, their color and appearance are rare. As a result, the ancient Chinese technique of Dian Cui brings exoticism to Cartier’s work. Point Cui is a combination of metal craft and feather craft. The jeweler first makes the base of different patterns with gold or gilt metal, and then carefully embellishes the bright blue feathers of the kingfisher on the base to make various kinds. Jewelry utensils. Nowadays, it can still be seen on the clock of Cartier’s collection. The colorful and varied Cui Yu is on the dial with the geometric art of western decorative art. The Chinese and Western cultures have a wonderful creative beauty in the blending and collision. At that time, Cartier’s craftsmen had thoroughly studied the integration of Chinese and Western jewellery crafts, and began to try to absorb another art treasure of China – the snail technique. The so-called snail is a decorative process in which a snail shell and a sea shell are used to form a sheet of a person, a flower, a bird, a geometric figure or a character, and is mounted on the surface of the object according to the needs of the screen. Cartier is deeply impressed by this delicate mosaic technique, re-creating the raw materials taken from China: the green and purple luster of colored mother-of-pearl, colliding with the dark background, sometimes even boldly adding coral elements, reinterpreting China Implied and elegant graceful beauty. Cartier’s craftsmen are not only forgetting to take care of the wearing attributes of the work, but also the original detachable jewels that combine the practicality and aesthetics. In the 1930s, a jewellery design with a platinum-based base and large flower-shaped diamonds was popular in London, England. This is another amazing creation of Cartier. The delicate flowers of diamonds can be opened and closed on the wearer’s wrist. Can it be with the science fiction writer Jules? Verne’s genius is as beautiful as it is. This set of jewelry that allows the wearer to ‘create it by himself’ is not only modern, but also makes the wearing experience full of fun. In 1940, Cartier acquired the patent for this jewellery design, and the trend of detachable jewellery quickly swept through the European continent from London, capturing the hearts of a number of ladies and ladies. The craftsman, the skill, can only be refined by the tempering of the years. Artists, souls, and the resonance of the meaning of emotions can last forever. The craftsmanship is endless and the artistic conception is innocent. Cartier will explore the extraordinary craftsmanship of the self with the heart of the artisan and walk out of the amazing artistic track.