In-house advances and inventions
Crossfor Cut, invented in 1999, is a proprietary cutting technique that built our foundation. It is inspired by the shape of raw diamond stones and it was developed as a result of three years of repeated research and development. This precise cutting technique successfully creates mysterious, cross-shaped glitter in the center of a gemstone using the reflection of light.
In 2010, Crossfor developed a gemstone setting technique that allows diamonds to sparkle by relying on slight movements of the human body. The technique was named "Dancing Stone" because the gemstone appears to be dancing. Dancing Stone, a registered product of Crossfor, moves the diamond finely, gently, and elegantly, and the technique opens up unlimited design potential.
Clasps can be troublesome when putting on jewelry. As a solution, Crossfor developed the EXL-LOCK (pronounced "excellent lock"), which allows jewelry to be easily clipped on and off with one hand even when users are rushing to go out. EXL-LOCK, born from the passion to see more people enjoy jewelry, is technology that makes life easier for jewelry wearers.
Crossfor owns manufacturing machines that create simple yet elegant and sophisticated tennis chains. Since Crossfor is able to both design and produce these chains, production that is quick and stable is possible. Our tennis chains feature fewer burrs and distortion compared to other tennis chains available on the market, all of which is made possible by regularly maintained machines and detailed product inspections. Complete maintenance and quality control realize constant and stable product quality.