The Craftsmanship of Geshia®Jewelry

How Precision and Science Make Glittering Beauties

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

Nothing in this world is a born wonder; it is shaped by environment and sometimes by people like us. No stone is a naturally born gemstone. Like a tree, it needs care and adequate pruning. It needs to be chosen, cut, set, polished and processed. And this is not it, there are so many processes that come under these huge categories and every single step is taken care. Sounds like a lot, doesn't it? It is definitely is but with immense hard work and expertise , we toil towards showing the world how incredible heat and pressure under the Earth and scientific knowledge can produce such overwhelming beauty that it can move hearts and bring happiness . So through a few words, we have briefly and simply tried to explain how we make these dainty pieces of jewelry for you.

 

The Craftsmanship of Geshia Jewelry
Why Gemstones from Geshia Jewelry Won't Fall Off?

Imagine picking the best gemstone after efforts of analyzing the cut, brightness and design ... Naturally you would hold the jewelry close to your heart. Now imagine that suddenly that gemstone goes missing because it falls. Breaks your heart, doesn't it?

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Why Geshia Gemstone Jewelries Aren't Going Black?

What is worse than the gemstone falling off? Our beautiful silver jewelry going black? We, at Geshia values quality more than anything else and so we make use of careful electroplating to bring you the best quality of solid 925 sterling silver. Instead of nickel, our silver is electroplated with 2-3 layers of rhodium and palladium technology.

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Why Are Geshia Gemstones Always Radiant?

Cut, as opposed to what the term suggests, does not refer to the shape of the stone but to how well it is cut at different angles in proper proportions, symmetry and polish.

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High Quality Guarantee & No Harm to Mother Nature

In fact, our quality control inspectors also have the veto vote in rejecting defective material over our managers. Well, nothing comes before quality, right?

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