Refinement of coins and medals

Ruthenium + gold gilding + silver

Single coin has been covered with 3 precious metals: gold, ruthenium and silver. Thanks to this ennobling the coin's relief has a completely new character.

Ruthenium + Pink gold

2 ennobling techniques, which requied delicate and experience. Colouring of both ennoblings creates extraordinarily and modern design.

Gold + Hologram

A layer of yellow gold has been partial gilded on the coin, the rest has been covered with hologram which caused unique variant of ennobling.

Gold hologram

The Gold hologram is a result of developing and passion for creation new techniques. Layer of hologram is sparkling green, red and gold.

Ruthenium + Hologram

Also Ruthenium can be mixed with hologram technique (standard or gold). High contrast between both technique allows to show single details.

Invert partial ruthenium

Partial ruthenium which base on the same technique like partial ruthenium but with inverted way of putting ruthenium.

Invert gold gilding

There is possible to produce an invert option of partial gold gilding - choosed areas are not covered with gold layer.

Partial gold gilding

Partial gold gilding is a technique of putting a layer of gold on choosed by customer areas. It works ideally when it covers big areas on the coin.

Pink gold

Pink Gold is a mix of few precious metals in a different proportions. This alloy is getting more popular with jeweller's craft and numismatic.

Silvering

Highest probe silver layer protects the coins very well from outside influences and in some cases can be a interesting way of ennobling.

Ruthenium

Ruthenium coins are still getting popular. This precious metal shows off coin's proof what makes the look even more noble.

Gold gilding

The most classic galvanic ennobling technique. Yellow gold gilding raise the material and aesthetic value as well.

Gold gilding + Painting

Popular combination of Yellow gold gilding and painting. Even a small detail covered by a paint can breathe new life into coin's design.

Gold plating + partial oxidation

The motif has been partial oxidized and the rest has been with yellow gold gilded. Contrast between both layers makes this medal more unique.

Partial oxide

Partial oxidation is a great way to put more depth and attention to the main motif on the coin. The oxide layer is a physical barrier to corrosion.

Oxidation + Colour

Dark hue of the ennobling creates many possibilities to combine it with a colouring technique. The design can be based on colorus, shapes or patterns.

Ruthenium + Painting

Popular combination of Ruthenium and Pad printing technique. Especially recommended for colourful motifs.

Partial plating – 8 metals

Unique ennobled medal - 8 different metals have been used on the reverse motif. Released for the time during the WMF 2018 in Berlin.

Partial ruthenium

Main coin's motive has been plated with a ruthenium. This technique works very well when we need to focuse on some specific coin's areas.

Partial red pink gilding

Silver medal partial gilded with pink gold. This combination can be described as a light and subtle way of ennobling.

Painting

Full CMYK colour design printed on the medal using a classic Pad printing technique. It is one of the most common used technique in numismatic.

Red gold + Partial hologram

Unusual combination Red gold and Hologram, using different types of hologram this mix creates wide spectrum of possibilities.

Quartet metal

Ennobling technique which contains 4 precious metals is always a challenge - there is no room for any mistakes.

Antique finish + Partial gold gilding

We believe that even a small detail can turn a coin into a masterpiece. A brush of gold on antique finish option redefine this kind of ennobling.