Edenly, online specialists in gold and diamond jewellery.
In buying your jewellery from Edenly, you can expect to experience exceptional jewellery
, impeccable service, prompt deliveries, and we are dedicated to proving our efficiency to you. Edenly offers
a large range of gold jewellery
and diamond jewellery
You will find jewellery
for every special occasion in your life: birthdays
, Valentine's day, or just a nice surprise.
For your engagement
, offer a sumptuous solitaire ring
, and put your trust in Edenly for your weddingrings
or diamond wedding rings
With our online jewellery
shop, you find quality and personalised service, such as our engraving
of your gold rings
Edenly, jewellery which fulfills your desires for men's jewellery and women's jewellery
, with exceptional quality rings
and earrings in gold
.Jewellery Guaranteed for 1 Year
For the period of 1 year from the date of delivery, our jewellery has a parts and service guarantee against faults. We promise to refund or exchange defective jewellery
that you return to us during
this time. See conditions.
The Manufacture of Edenly Jewellery
Edenly gold jewellery
is created by a technique called "casting with wax". Below, you will find a complete description of how our diamond jewellery
is made. Step 1: The Design
A preliminary sketch of the jewellery
is drafted with all its characteristics.
Here is an example of a gold ring
.Step 2: Production of the Prototype
A prototype in keeping with the design is created by an artisan (jewellery
without its stones). The imprint of rubber is then carried out by means of vulcanisation. After cooling, the mould is cut to release the prototype ring
Thus one is able to obtain a rubber imprint of the prototype. Step 3: Plaster Moulding
The wax jewellery
is then placed in a metal cyllinder and surrounded with a coating (plaster resistant to heat). The set is then placed in an oven at a high temperature (about 750°C) to allow for the elimination of the wax (melted then burned) and to approach the temperature at which the mould is melted.
In this stage, one obtains a reverse imprint in plaster of the set of jewellery
.Step 4: Preperation of the Alloy
One determines the quantity of gold
and other metals that compose the alloy for the jewellery
. According to French Law, we use an alloy of 18 carat
gold which contains 75% gold
Pure gold being of 24 carats, for 24g of alloy you have 18g of pure gold
The mix with other metals determines the colour of the gold
, whether it is yellow, white or pink.
As an example, yellow gold consists of 75% pure gold
, 12,5% silver and 12,5% bronze, which provides the best results for colour/mechanical properties. Step 5: Casting of the Gold Jewellery Ring
alloy is now heated to nearly 1000°C. It is at this stage that it is injected into the plaster mould. After cooling, the plaster is dissolved in order to retrieve the "raw casting" pieces. Step 6: Finishing
Our jewellery maker will now manually rework the surface of the jewellery to give it its definitive appearance. The different parts of the jewellery are assembled in their different colours, depending on the piece of jewellery. At this stage, the setting of your jewellery
is complete.Step 7: The Setting
is now adjusted on the jewellery
for an optimal setting. It is then "fixed" with different techniques: prong settings, channel settings, invisible settings, etc. It is a long and delicate process that requires a great deal of patience and dexterity.
Here is an example of a solitaire ring
.Step 8: Imprinting The Seals
This operation consists of guaranteeing the origin and composition of your jewellery
by imprinting two seals:
- The "Seal of Guarantee" represent
ed by the head of an eagle for 18 caratgold
: guarantee that your jewellery
is composed of 75% pure gold
- The "Seal of Maître d'Ouvrage" which indicates the name of the jewellery
manufacturer. Step 9: The Finalisation
The final shine is now given to your jewellery. It will be cleaned by ultrasound. Finally, your jewellery
is carefully checked for quality with a magnifying class to verify that all aspects of it are in order before it is sent.
Here is an example of an engagement ring