Thomas Gear Jewellers :: Crystal Engraving

By: Thomas Gear  05/12/2011

See yourself in Crystal

Imagine seeing a 3-dimensional image of yourself inside a solid block of crystal. Look from one side and see your face from the front. Turn it around and see yourself in profile or from behind. There are no markings on the surface of the crystal, just a life-like portrait floating in the heart of the glass.

The Art of Innovation

Never before has this technology been available in Ireland. Advanced laser techniques are used to engrave the image in either 2 or 3-dimensions and create a unique impression. What’s more, you can choose from a wide range of sizes and shapes or crystal blocks to suit your needs. The whole process, from start to finish, takes one hour. A Unique Gift for All Occasions Looking for a Birthday present, Valentine’s Day or anniversary gift that’s eye-catching and memorable? Laser Image is an unusual idea that will be treasured for years to come.


A unique Gift for All Occasions

Looking for a Birthday present, Valentine’s Day or anniversary gift that’s eye-catching and memorable? Laser Image is an unusual idea that will be treasured for years to come.


Corporate Crystal

Laser Image is also ideal for corporate purposes. Company logos, products, long-service awards or other messages can be engraved inside the block of crystal. Just supply Laser Image with your logo, message or product and let our craftsmen do the rest.


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This Beautiful ring comprises a 4 claw horse shoe style setting, set with a Round Brilliant Cut Diamond and Princess channel set shoulder stones. Centre Stone: 0.35ctShoulder Stones: 0.20ctTotal Diamond Carat Weight: 0.55ct. 18ct White or Yellow Gold and also Platinum.


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Thomas Gear Jewellers :: Symbols of Ireland

This unique design depicting symbols of Ireland was designed by Thomas Gear and is hand crafted and polished to the highest standard in our own Studio Workshop in the heart of Dublin. He travelled to London, Antwerp, Amsterdam and the Far East to learn from the World's experts, the Art of Diamond and Jewellery Design and Manufacture.