DIE STRUCK – STAMPING
A stamping die is used to cut shapes from a sheet of metal. A sharp-edged die is placed on the metal and hammered until it cuts through the underlying metal. These dies sometimes have a design on them that is embossed into the metal shape that is being cut.
Jewelry that has been formed by striking gold, silver, or platinum sheets in a die or between two dies is die struck. This compresses the molecules and forces the metal into every crevice of the die. The result is a highly detailed, strengthened metal object that easily takes a high polish.
Die struck rings are normally produced by taking a blank, flat piece of formed metal, and striking it into an engraved metal die. The pattern is forced into the metal, and the process often produces high-quality mountings that hold up very well over the years. The mountings are formed into a ring shape by additional striking or forming. The weight/pressure of the presses used varies, as does quality.
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