To Forge and Form
The ingot is rolled to a desired thickness and width.
The various stages of a mechanical forging process begins with a raw ingot of gold or silver.
The material is then cut to the specific length and bent. The new shape resembles a ring. Only after it is soldered does it become a ring.
A mirror-like surface is achieved through the application of a succession of polishing compounds that perfectly flatten the surface. This final step requires the meticulous eye of the forger who sets the standard for the completion of a perfect piece.