Kellan's design originates in advocating youth fashion, the courage to love and hate, the idea that even if love can be difficult and impossible to predict, there is still much within it to hope for and look forward to, and the values of determination, the bold pursuit of love, and love that is flamboyantly expressed, independent, real, and active.
In metal press working, a type of processing in which metal is forced through a mold under external pressure, creating a compressed metal cross-section, the desired shape and size of the cross-sectional area obtained through this process is called a metal wire drawing process, and the tool that changes its shape and size is called a wire drawing die.
The hand engraving process is the exclusive use of hand tools to engrave patterns on the surface of the jewelry.
Chiseling is the process of further engraving on already hammered and stamped jewelry.
We can change the color of the jewelry surface to achieve certain effects. For example, 18k gold jewelry should be gold in color, while 18k white gold jewelry (White K Gold) should be the pure white of platinum.
This requires a metallic surface treatment for the jewelry - electroplating.
Traditional processing of jewelry can result in sharp edges between the interior and exterior surfaces of the ring, resulting in a stiff feeling while wearing the ring and discomfort when sweating.
Kellan’s leading interior surface hollowing and lattice technology allows greater comfort and ease, freeing the wearer from the burdens of ordinary rings.