Camelot Wedding Band
This die-struck, milgrain, matching wedding band has nearly .06ct of round diamonds.
|Department||Bridal & Engagement|
Family owned since 1936, we have generations of employees working in our factory and office proud to be a part of the Camelot family. We make everything ourselves, under one roof, IN THE USA. Most companies either outsource part of their manufacturing or have moved their manufacturing facilities overseas completely. By making everything ourselves, we can guarantee the ring completely, not having to vouch for other companies' work. Our manufacturing techniques have been honed over generations to produce the best results Die Striking vs. Casting: A die-struck ring is free from harmful porosity and is much more durable than cast rings. Our die-struck settings will hold your precious diamonds more securely than cast settings. Machine Setting vs. Hand Setting: Our machine-set channel rings are made by the most sophisticated machines in the jewelry industry. These machines can cut the channel, drill the holes and set the diamonds ensuring a perfectly straight channel and stones that fit flawlessly in the ring. Hand set stones are often set unevenly and aren’t put through the same exacting processes as our machines do. Metal Mold Casting vs. Rubber Mold Casting: Almost all cast Camelot products are produced using metal molds. Most manufacturers use rubber ...