Neodymium magnets, also known as rare earth elements, are unusually strong. The materials iron, neodymium and also boron are alloyed under extremely high pressure. The magnetic remanence is very unusual. These types of magnets can generate and retain unusually strong magnetic fields.

The starting materials as alloy powders are then used at extreme pressure and very high temperatures to produce neodymium magnets in various shapes. This determines the quality and magnetic properties of the magnets.

These magnets are used in loudspeakers, microphones, hard disks and other electronic devices. An MRI scanner, for example, cannot do without these magnets, nor can high-performance electric motors such as those used in electric cars.

The advantages of these magnets are great; in some applications, neodymium magnets are indispensable – but the dependence on rare earths such as neodymium is also a major disadvantage. And the enormous costs and technical difficulties of production.

Just like the sorcerer’s apprentice: it doesn’t work without it, it’s expensive with it and we need it.

And we use neodymium magnets in our jewelry. For you. Small and powerful, we can forge these magnets in tiny applications, sometimes even invisibly under copper, or safely hidden under a dense layer of plastic.

We have placed neodymium magnets in bracelets, bangle bracelets, pendants and necklaces.