What is Resin Jewellery?

There are many different ways to design jewellery from that one of the most widely used methods is the resin jewellery decoration. Is a technique by which you can decorate jewellery (eg, pieces of stones in a bezel).

By using colored resin an array of jewellery can be decorated without the use of engase stones. The following are the material used for making a resin jewellery:

- Completely transparent resin color (peroxide is used as the Cobalt is built)

- Jewel to treat

- Semi-precious stones (lapis lazuli, turquoise, etc)

- Lijas Metal (water) 280, 400, 1000, 1500, 2500

- Polishing Paste


The first step is to have completely finished jewel, and then weld the part. Carefully select and break the stone using a hammer, making it to perfect size depending on personal taste and size of the cavity.

Quickly put the pieces of stone the way you want, and then cover all the spaces left with the remaining resin. Once the resin has dried proceed to sanding and polishing the resin along with the metal.


It is important to note that the time we have to work once the resin has been mixed with the peroxide is very little.

The drying time depends on the amount of peroxide and the climate, if heat os more than the drying time decreases. Usually when you touch you feel little sticky but actually that is dried.

The ideal sanding recommended to start is 280 until you get to 2500 and then polish the sandpaper with polishing paste.

It is recommended to use disposable utensils when preparing the resin. With the help of the resin one can make many types of jewelry as it is easy and does not take much time to dry. The time that is consumed in this process in very little and one can get this work within no time.

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We prepare all kinds of objects, displays, trophies, corporate gifts, gifts and details of masters and bearers. There are different sections; you can see some of the items we make.

Dec 13th, 2014 | Posted in Jewelry Diamonds
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