Jewelry and Watchmaker

Jewelry and watchmaking allow designers and manufacturers to use their creativity and precision tools to create wearable works of art. Keep reading to learn more about training and career options in this field.

Inside Jewelry and Watchmaking

Horologists are commonly referred to as watch repairers or watchmakers. A watch is considered a precision instrument, but repair work is commonly performed solely on antique or valuable timepieces. To become proficient in watch repair requires specialized training and hands-on work experience. It's important to acquire a vast array of horological knowledge, including the ability to work with automatic watches, perform mechanical watch repair, adjust Swiss escapements and balance timing.

Jewelry makers, also known as bench jewelers, work with metals and precious stones to create wearable art. Tasks might include polishing stones and gems, crafting settings with a variety of metals and placing stones carefully to make an aesthetically pleasing work of art true to the design. Jewelers might clean and repair jewelry, also.

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