The state-of-the-art automated polishing process utilizes advanced technology and equipment to buff and polish the knives, forks, and spoons. This process ensures consistency and efficiency in achieving a high-quality finish.
In addition to the automated process, the factory also employs an exquisite manual polishing process. Skilled craftsmen carefully hand-polish each piece, paying attention to every detail to achieve a flawless result. This manual process allows for precision and customization, especially for intricate patterns or delicate designs.
After the buffing process, special finishing techniques are employed to enhance the appearance of the silver-plated and sterling silver pieces. These techniques can give the flatware a variety of finishes:
1.Bright, mirror-like finish: By carefully applying a series of polishing agents and using techniques to remove imperfections, the flatware achieves a shiny and reflective surface. This finish is ideal for a classic and elegant look.
2.Soft, satiny glow: This finish is achieved by using polishing agents that create a smooth and lustrous surface. It gives the flatware a subtle sheen and a luxurious feel. This finish suits contemporary and minimalist designs.
3.Brushed finish: By brushing the surface with fine abrasive pads or brushes, the flatware obtains a textured, matte appearance. This finish adds a modern and stylish touch to the flatware, making it suitable for both casual and formal settings.
4.Florentine finish: This finish involves using special tools to create a pattern of deep, engraved lines on the surface. It imparts an artistic and decorative element to the flatware, giving it a unique and eye-catching look.
Overall, the combination of the automated and manual polishing processes, along with the various finishing options, allows the factory to produce silver-plated and sterling silver flatware with impeccable craftsmanship and a range of appealing finishes.