There are several techniques we use in the manufacture of our products. These include annealing, whereby a piece of hardened metal is made malleable by the application of heat. This is especially useful when we are spinning (for making round objects) and stamping (for making square objects).

There is also fire stripping. Fire stains are sometimes seen in silver as a greyish bloom on the surface. This is caused by the metal used to harden pure silver (Copper) coming to the surface when it is heated in manufacture.

Another process is metal finishing where the item has a brilliant silver lustre to it. This finish is created by the use of a greaseless abrasive composition applied on a fairly abrasive stitched mop.