Albane M. works all her jewelry in France in the rules of French craftsmanship, no creation is made abroad , which guarantees exceptional quality and know - how of the jewelry as well as unique step - by -step tracking.
THE SENSE OF DETAIL
Albane M. leaves nothing to chance and works on each jewel with attention to detail . Albane dedicates a large part of its creation time to these details that nobody thinks about and that will make your jewel unique!
CREATOR IN HER GENES
Albane M. has been designing and making jewelry since her childhood, full of know-how and refinement, Albane M. gives a modern revival to traditional French jewelry while remaining within the codes.
In addition to her jewelry, Albane creates linens and designs unique prints and embroideries for the family brand.
EXCEPTIONAL STONESAlbane M. trip To around the world for choose its stones, from Burma, To India, To Asia via Sri Lanka, there is no selects only the rarest stones and then offers them To his clients.
STAGES OF CREATION
- The choice and the size of the stones:
Setting is the delicate stage where the metal gradually gives way to the stones. The stones are set one by one in gold. The setting therefore requires incredible meticulousness.
6. Polishing - Rhodium plating
Each piece is then meticulously polished in order to obtain an optimal shine.
7. Rhodium plating
Rhodium plating consists of applying a layer of a material called rhodium to white or white gold jewellery. White and light, this very rare metal comes from the platinum family. It only melts around 2000°C. But once the past layer hardens, the jewel becomes shiny and radiant.
The laboratory Carat Gem Lab , established several years ago now, has an excellent reputation. The precision of its analyzes and its very detailed clear certificates , have already seduced the great jewelers.
THE French Gemological Laboratory is the French state laboratory. It depends on the Union Française de la BJOP. The quality of its certificates no longer needs to be proven, and it has been used for many years by French traders.