Our Hallmark in ByEnzo
ByEnzo has always put much effort into ensuring our customer to have the highest quality of jewelry. Therefore, we hallmark all products from ByEnzo by stipulating the purity of the precious metal used and the year of manufacturing.
Here are a few things ByEnzo is doing to uphold the standard and guarantee what our distinguished customers get is a genuine Platinum (Pt 950) product. Learn more about the company at About ByEnzo.
- We engrave the metal purity on every single item. So, ‘Pt 950’ is on every product, and Pt means Platinum; 950 represents 95% of the purity. This is to ensure and guarantee that every product adapts at least 95% of Platinum.
- Your customer ID is on the product as well to trace all steps of the production sections like which artisan is responsible for which actions. Since we cherish artisanship, we aim to deliver the best quality of product and best after-sales customer services as well.
- our company’s hallmark is engraved on the product so to prove that it is from ByEnzo. More importantly, this is a vital hallmark to distinguish fake products.
- Last but not least, the year of manufacture is part of the hallmark.
To sum up, there are four parts to form the complete hallmark, including the fineness mark, customer ID, Brand name, and also the year of manufacture.
It has a very long and rich history of hallmarking and it is originated from Europe, like France, the United Kingdom and Netherland, etc. According to The Goldsmiths’ Company in the United Kingdom, they have provided an extensive introduction about the system and here are some key points that you might find useful.
Since precious metals are rarely used in their purest form but are usually alloyed with other metals for workability, durability, wearability. So, it is not possible to detect an article’s precious metal content by sight or touch. As a result, it is a legal requirement for an Assay Office to hallmark articles containing precious metals if they are described as such in some countries.