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Stage 4: Polishing phase of Trinity Knot Celtic Engagement ring

Watch as a polisher for Shanore, Paddy puts the finishing touches on our Trinity Knot Celtic engagement ring.

The final stage of the manufacturing process for the Celtic engagement ring is the polishing phase.
Our polisher Paddy starts by using a narrow bristle to clean out the head of the ring. This small bristle is able to get right in behind the claw setting. Next Paddy uses a polishing mop to remove any major roughness from the shank and also to smooth out the head.
In order the ensure the side of the Celtic ring is flat and smooth, Paddy next uses a side belt, the sides of the Celtic engagement are placed up against this firm belt. Finally, a rouge mop is used to give the Celtic engagement ring its overall polish or “rouge”.

View more of our Celtic Trinity Knot engagement rings and Claddagh style engagement rings and bridal wedding band sets.

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