Production Techniques

ELECTROFORMING

ELECTROFORMING

Electroforming is a technique that has been used by TOUS for more than 20 years, the result of a large investment into innovative new technologies. It allows for the creation of larger, lightweight, quality pieces without the need for soldering. Through a chemical electrolysis process, the particles of precious metal are deposited on a base, which is removed once the piece of jewelry is finished. Only 18 kt gold (750/000 gold) and sterling silver (925/000 silver) is used to create designs from 180 microns thick for gold and 300 microns for silver.
STAMPING
STAMPING
Jewelry stamping is done using a tool called a die, featuring an exact, shape or silhouette which is pressed down onto thin sheets of metal. This creates collection such as Tartán or Rupp.
STAMPING
Jewelry stamping is done using a tool called a die, featuring an exact, shape or silhouette which is pressed down onto thin sheets of metal. This creates collection such as Tartán or Rupp.
CASTING

CASTING

Casting is the most frequently used method in TOUS’ workshops. A liquid wax is injected into a rubber mold and, once cold, is covered with plaster. Then the plaster cast is placed in a centrifuge where metal, usually gold or silver, is injected to replace the wax, creating the desired piece of jewelry.
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ATELIER TOUS
ATELIER TOUS
Atelier was born from Rosa Oriol’s feeling and passion for craftsmanship and special jewelry. Her work, in which the most genuine inspiration arises spontaneously, creates original and unique pieces, full of color and hand-made by our master jewelers.
"UNIQUE HAND-MADE JEWERLY"
ATELIER TOUS
Atelier was born from Rosa Oriol’s feeling and passion for craftsmanship and special jewelry. Her work, in which the most genuine inspiration arises spontaneously, creates original and unique pieces, full of color and hand-made by our master jewelers.
"UNIQUE HAND-MADE JEWERLY"
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