With every new Pandora collection, we push to raise the bar for jewellery design and
craftsmanship even more.
Many hands, with love
Each Pandora piece passes through an average of 25 pairs of hands during the crafting process. Every piece you wear has been touched with love.
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At Pandora, we use the ancient crafting technique of "lost wax casting" to create the metal parts of our jewellery.
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Many pieces to be made
The lost wax casting process works perfectly for larger productions, making it both economical and affordable.
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For all the detail
Fine details look beautiful on cast jewellery, making lost wax casting perfect for complex as well as minimalist designs.
Home of the craft
With a good infrastructure and easy access to raw materials and suppliers, Thailand is the ideal place for creating our jewellery. We are proud to provide safe and healthy working conditions for more than 11,000 craftspeople at our two modern crafting facilities in Thailand.
We work closely with our suppliers to make sure they live up to our ethical standards when it comes to human and labour rights, the impact on our environment and fair and honest business practices.
Defining the metal's core with hallmarks
All Pandora jewellery items are marked with hallmarks; one or maybe a series of marks that are stamped onto items made of precious metal, indicating the core of the metal.