With curatorial approval, everything from original jewelry and artifacts to architectural details in your museum can be inspiration for jewelry designs. Our product development team is adept at discerning timeless designs that will inspire museum goers to take a piece of history home.
We will create a detailed drawing from photographs for curatorial approval including the proposed size, materials and price range of the final product.
Upon acceptance of the design, a model is carved by one of our experienced model-makers.
Sample castings are made from the model. They are then polished, finished and sent to the museum of origin for final approval.
When approval for the finished sample is obtained, we request information for the descriptive card which will accompany each piece. A licensing agreement is completed which assures that royalties will be paid for each piece sold.
It takes approximately six weeks to complete the initial production run once we have the approval for the finished sample.