Handcrafted to Perfection – a Closer Look into the Art of Jewelry Making

A bride’s wedding trousseau plays a fundamental role in making her truly shine on her big day. From the exquisite wedding attire to the striking jewellery, everything about the wedding day needs to be flawless just like the quintessential blushing bride. At Gehna, we believe that each bride tells a story of her own. This inspires us to customise your jewellery as per your fairytale and handcraft it to perfection. Whether you are planning to custom-make your bridal diamond necklace or are looking for some dazzling earrings, handmade jewellery offers you a plethora of benefits and options. Read on to get a closer look at the intricate process involved in jewellery making.

Step 1: Let the Creative Juices Flow

The process of jewellery making begins with a small tête-à-tête with our customer to get a close insight into what they need. We understand how important every piece of jewellery is to the soon-to-be bride. To deliver nothing but the best, we give utmost significance to detail, right from the curves of the ornament to the preferred stones to be used. Our solicitous team of jewellery-design experts lends an attentive ear to all the client requirements and guides them accordingly to create a stunning vision of the bride. They provide the client with a plethora of designs and styles, keeping the bridal trousseau in mind, to make the jewels complement that ravishing bridal glow.

Step 2: See What Your Product Will Look Like

Once we get a detailed overview of the desired design, our in-house team of design specialists sketches the piece of jewellery for a better understanding of the process of jewellery making. They sketch the jewel giving importance to every intricate detail. The artist’s impression gives the customer a clear picture of the ornament with emphasis on the shade of the metal used, the texture of the gold and the contrast it creates on the precious stones which are going to be smouldered on it. The sketch also depicts the actual customisation process involved in jewellery making.

Additionally, once the client gives us a delighted nod of approval, we finalise on the estimated cost involved in crafting that quintessential piece of jewellery for the big day.

Step 3: Let the Goldsmith Begin his Magic

This is where the magic begins. The finalised sketch is sent to the workshop to turn the bride’s vision into a stunning reality. Our master craftsman scans through the design and handcrafts the individual ornaments as per the liking of the client. The goldsmith skillfully crafts the individual ornaments, with the help of an intricate method called ‘socket on wax’, where he delicately sets the jewel on wax to create an exquisite masterpiece. This is the main step in the process of jewellery making.

Step 4: Try It to Believe It

The customised frame of the ornament is then presented to the euphoric bride as she ecstatically tries the piece of jewellery on. This trial provides the client with much more clarity on the size, shape and fit of the jewel. The customer can also suggest any further changes to be made to the ornament. Any modification will be noted and duly corrected. Once all the individual pieces of jewellery are approved, the ornaments are soldered together to create the final showpiece. This is also a vital step in jewellery making.

Step 5: We Leave No Stone Unturned

In the literal sense, we leave no stone unturned during jewellery making as we bedazzle the ornament with a stunning assortment of diamonds and precious stones. All the precious gemstones and diamonds are personally handpicked and set on the final masterpiece. The exquisite jewel is then polished to brilliance and goes through a rigorous quality check to ensure it is the replica of the client’s expectations.

A fairytale wedding is every girl’s dream. Visit Gehna for bespoke jewellery for the beautiful bride and enjoy the spotlight on your big day.


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  • satya prakash

    You have a good collection of neck less and bracelet jewellery but you have some
    “jhumka set designs
    because this is very popular in indian culture and they like most here.

  • Kaya

    Wow I don’t have any words to describe how much I like these designs. Especially the Necklace. The design is so traditional and elegant. Great work.

  • nk4eva

    Nothing is more magical than Handcrafted Jewelry. Awesome Blog!

  • Vairra

    All the handcrafted collection are looks beautiful. The designing process takes much time to design the designer diamond necklace . You have the good collection of wedding diamond necklace