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What are the key areas on which every Jewellery Designer works most of the times?

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Swati Vats
Swati Vats
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Swati Vats is a post graduate in Guidance and Counseling
  • Gurgaon

Jewellery designing, as a career, may have been once limited to the traditional kaarigars (who mostly played the dual role of designer-cum-manufacturer) but with the global upsurge, which brought in its wake changing perceptions of what jewellerry should mean to a woman; came the demand for professionally trained and qualified jewellery designers, at par with international standards. This is not to say that the traditional craftsman does not stand today. Where the trained designer scores over the kaarigar is that the former is aware of trends, and the specifics of jewellery designing. And it's no longer only about carving design on metal, because avenues like marketing and production, or even tapping the vast export market the opportunities are endless and constantly growing. Today jewellery design as a career is steadily grabbing international attention. India has produced award-winning jewellery and accessory designers
A course in jewellery designing would give a student basic information on the different kinds of stones, colour schemes in jewellery, design themes, presentation and framing, designing individual jewellery pieces, men's jewellery, costume jewellery, jewellery costing, etc.

Jewellery designers prepare sketches-by hand or on the computer-to conceptualise the design. After consulting with the customer or the manufacturing team, designers fashion detailed drawings, a structural model, computer simulations or a full-scale prototype.


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Deepak Rana
Deepak Rana
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  • Kangra

As a jewellery designer you work on the following key areas in your work profession:


1. The jewellery designers are required to do the designing of the jewellery and the ornamnents. This design is usually made on the paper and then on the computer software once the design is approved by the client or the senior management. The computer aided design software are usually used for this purpose. The designers work on the three dimension design and choose the various specifications for the design purpose. It is a lengthy task and therefore takes a lot of time.

2. The jewellery designers have to closely work with the craftsmen so that they can actually get the desired model ready as per the specifications. They have to pay attention to the each process carefully so that the best product is manufactured. In case various machines and toos are to be used for this purpose, they need to be able to operate them well along with the workers so that they can effectively create the actual design. They have to make sure that each of the design specification is being met during the production phase.

3. The jewellery designers have to work with the sales and marketing people in devising the startegies to reach out to the more number of people. This is due to the fact that the jewellery designers best understand the designs and are able to explain the various aspects of the design. Therefore they are the best persons who can understand the potential of the sales and the right customer segment.

4. The jewellery designers also need to attend various events where they showcase their designs and share them with larger group of people. These events are important since they get more coverage and also the appreciation. Such events are also effective in growing their network and helping them to interact with a number of other jewellery designers. Thereore they enjoy such events.

Therefore the jewellery designers work on a number of areas in their work and and enjoy various aspects of it.


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