Bust down watches are a type of gemstone creation that shows individuality. These watches are becoming more and more popular as people want to show off their unique styles. They’re also a great way to stand out at a nightclub, or any life event.
Why is a Rolex called a bust down?
These watches are typically made from Rolex, Patek Philippe, or Audemars Piguet. However, there are other brands that can be transformed into a stunning diamond covered timepiece.
A bust down cartier watch is simply a luxury wristwatch that has been taken apart and then filled with high-grade diamonds or other gemstones like sapphires, rubies or emeralds. This can include the entire watch from the bracelet to the case and even the dial.
The process is very intricate and requires a lot of expertise from a skilled diamond setter. The first step is to take the original watch and carefully break it down to the pieces that will be able to accept the gemstones. Next, the watch’s metal is drilled to create settings where the gemstones will go.
From there, the gem setter will select and cut the desired stones and then place them in their appropriate places. This is a meticulous job that takes many hours to complete.
A good diamond setter is a true artist that knows how to work with their tools and techniques. If you’re looking to make a statement with your jewelry, there aren’t many things that can beat the craftsmanship of a diamond setter.