Italian Charms Bracelet Pugster

When purchasing from a seller who offers hand-painted Italian charms, you are in for a treat. Hand-painted charms are created through a multi-step process that results in beautiful, vibrant designs that are individually crafted. These special, carefully crafted items are one-of-a-kind. Each hand-painted charm passes through several stages to ensure that its quality is top-notch and uniqueness is maintained. The following process is followed by Pugster, a leading Italian charm seller and manufacturer, for the production of their hand-painted charms.

Creating the Image

The charms may begin as an idea from a manufacturer’s in-house artist, inspired by current trends or seasonal interests. Sometimes a design is developed directly from a customer’s suggestion or special request. Once an idea has been conceived, the design takes shape as a digital image. This computer generated image is then transferred into a physical mold.

Creating the Charm

The next step in the making of a hand-painted charm is the creation of the actual charm link. A gold plated charm face is soldered to a stainless steel backing. Soldering allows for maximum durability and quality, ensuring the long life of this small work of art. Be sure to seek out sellers of Italian charms that offer soldered, rather than glued merchandise. Soldered charms not only last longer but are visibly of a superior quality.

The Hand-Painting Process

Hand-painted charms are created by following the mold of a chosen design, using a computerized matching system for true and vivid color exactness. Specifically, Italian charms painted with enamel paints boast richness. Another advantage in the use of enamel paints is their wide color spectrum. There are shades to match every color imaginable.

A needle-sized painting tool is used in the hand-painting process. This fine tipped instrument allows for intricate detail and more complex designs on the face of the charm. This is accomplished without compromising the quality of the hand-painted look. Once the charm has been painted, it is topped with an epoxy coating. The epoxy adds sheen as well as serving as a protective coating for the hand-painted Italian charm.

We had an account

2007-07-30 10:25:37 by evlmnky

For Our older Basenji. Had photos and everything. Then while browsing eBay we noticed that someone had used one of his black and white pics to make italian charm bracelets and sell them for a profit on ebay...
We emailed the lady and stopped her, but she had tons of other charms for breeds she was selling and im sure she got those pics from dogster also...

Business Investor(S) - Gift and Jewellery Start-

2004-03-11 01:48:42 by Gift_Jewellery

Driven and successful Italian professional with an excellent track record is looking to establish a company based in San Francisco or in any other place in the US.
I know a number of Italian companies producing at low cost, marketable products in the Gift market: charms, gold and iron, leather and silver products and in the Jewellery market: all kind of bracelets, necklaces, rings.
I have a potential network of more than 2.000 manufacturers able to fulfil any kind of production.
I need an American investor, able to understand the potential of the business. We will discuss about strategies to market the products in the US and Canadian market

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