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QNet product - BHM_Training Presentation 2012 by QNET - IR ID No VN002907
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QNet product - BHM_Training Presentation 2012 by QNET - IR ID No VN002907
QNet product - BHM_Training Presentation 2012 by QNET - IR ID No VN002907
QNet product - BHM_Training Presentation 2012 by QNET - IR ID No VN002907
QNet product - BHM_Training Presentation 2012 by QNET - IR ID No VN002907
QNet product - BHM_Training Presentation 2012 by QNET - IR ID No VN002907
QNet product - BHM_Training Presentation 2012 by QNET - IR ID No VN002907
QNet product - BHM_Training Presentation 2012 by QNET - IR ID No VN002907
QNet product - BHM_Training Presentation 2012 by QNET - IR ID No VN002907
QNet product - BHM_Training Presentation 2012 by QNET - IR ID No VN002907
QNet product - BHM_Training Presentation 2012 by QNET - IR ID No VN002907
QNet product - BHM_Training Presentation 2012 by QNET - IR ID No VN002907
QNet product - BHM_Training Presentation 2012 by QNET - IR ID No VN002907
QNet product - BHM_Training Presentation 2012 by QNET - IR ID No VN002907
QNet product - BHM_Training Presentation 2012 by QNET - IR ID No VN002907
QNet product - BHM_Training Presentation 2012 by QNET - IR ID No VN002907
QNet product - BHM_Training Presentation 2012 by QNET - IR ID No VN002907
QNet product - BHM_Training Presentation 2012 by QNET - IR ID No VN002907
QNet product - BHM_Training Presentation 2012 by QNET - IR ID No VN002907
QNet product - BHM_Training Presentation 2012 by QNET - IR ID No VN002907
QNet product - BHM_Training Presentation 2012 by QNET - IR ID No VN002907
QNet product - BHM_Training Presentation 2012 by QNET - IR ID No VN002907
QNet product - BHM_Training Presentation 2012 by QNET - IR ID No VN002907
QNet product - BHM_Training Presentation 2012 by QNET - IR ID No VN002907
QNet product - BHM_Training Presentation 2012 by QNET - IR ID No VN002907
QNet product - BHM_Training Presentation 2012 by QNET - IR ID No VN002907
QNet product - BHM_Training Presentation 2012 by QNET - IR ID No VN002907
QNet product - BHM_Training Presentation 2012 by QNET - IR ID No VN002907
QNet product - BHM_Training Presentation 2012 by QNET - IR ID No VN002907
QNet product - BHM_Training Presentation 2012 by QNET - IR ID No VN002907
QNet product - BHM_Training Presentation 2012 by QNET - IR ID No VN002907
QNet product - BHM_Training Presentation 2012 by QNET - IR ID No VN002907
QNet product - BHM_Training Presentation 2012 by QNET - IR ID No VN002907
QNet product - BHM_Training Presentation 2012 by QNET - IR ID No VN002907
QNet product - BHM_Training Presentation 2012 by QNET - IR ID No VN002907
QNet product - BHM_Training Presentation 2012 by QNET - IR ID No VN002907
QNet product - BHM_Training Presentation 2012 by QNET - IR ID No VN002907
QNet product - BHM_Training Presentation 2012 by QNET - IR ID No VN002907
QNet product - BHM_Training Presentation 2012 by QNET - IR ID No VN002907
QNet product - BHM_Training Presentation 2012 by QNET - IR ID No VN002907
QNet product - BHM_Training Presentation 2012 by QNET - IR ID No VN002907
QNet product - BHM_Training Presentation 2012 by QNET - IR ID No VN002907
QNet product - BHM_Training Presentation 2012 by QNET - IR ID No VN002907
QNet product - BHM_Training Presentation 2012 by QNET - IR ID No VN002907
QNet product - BHM_Training Presentation 2012 by QNET - IR ID No VN002907
QNet product - BHM_Training Presentation 2012 by QNET - IR ID No VN002907
QNet product - BHM_Training Presentation 2012 by QNET - IR ID No VN002907
QNet product - BHM_Training Presentation 2012 by QNET - IR ID No VN002907
QNet product - BHM_Training Presentation 2012 by QNET - IR ID No VN002907
QNet product - BHM_Training Presentation 2012 by QNET - IR ID No VN002907
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  • 1. Exclusively available from
  • 2. A Tradition of Excellence• Established in 1871 in Pforzheim, GermanyExclusively available from• More than a hundred years of knowledgeand experience in the crafting andmanufacturing of precious metals• Built on the principles of excellence indesign, and quality in standards• Offers an exclusive variety of productsranging from classic to contemporarystyles
  • 3. Manufacturing ExcellenceExclusively available from• Exclusive and brilliant timepiecesmanufactured in accordance with Swisswatchmaking traditions and standards• Gems and precious metals chosenand crafted into jewellery based onguidelines set by premier jewelleryinstitutions
  • 4. WATCHESExclusively available from
  • 5. A watch is not assimple as you think!• Parts• Style• Complications• Movements• AssemblyExclusively available from
  • 6. Band/strapDialCaseHandsCrownCrystalCHRONOMAXWATCH PARTSPusherBuckleApertureBezelSub-dialsFLAMINGO NOIR
  • 7. Exclusively available from• Case – the metal encasing thebezel and face- Plastic- Ceramic- Black/Gold PVD plated- Gold-plated metal 14 K/18 K- Titanium• Precious metal- Tantalum- Palladium- Gold- PlatinumWATCH PARTS
  • 8. WATCH PARTSExclusively available from• Bezel – the surface ring on thewatch that holds the crystal inplace• Crystal – the cover thatprotects the watch’s face- Plastic- Mineral- Sapphire- Domed sapphire- Sapphire glass withantireflective coating
  • 9. WATCH PARTSExclusively available from• Dial – the watch’s face wherenumerals, indices and surfacedesign are usually set- Mother-of-pearl- Guilloche- Skeleton• Subdial – the smaller register setsin the main dial of a watch face• Aperture – a window set in awatch dial that displays a functionof a watch, usually the calendardate, weekday or month
  • 10. Exclusively available from• Hands – the pointing devicesanchored at the centre of thedial and circling around toindicate hours, minutes,seconds and any otherspecial features of the watch- Normal- Luminous- Blue-steeledWATCH PARTS
  • 11. WATCH PARTSExclusively available from• Crown – a knob that is used toset the time, date, etc.• Cabochon Crown – a roundsemi-precious stone of syntheticmaterial fitted into the watch’scrown as an ornament
  • 12. WATCH PARTSExclusively available from• Pusher – a knob that is usuallyfound on the upper or powerright side of a watch that is usedto control any additional functionof a watch• Band/Strap/Bracelet – holds thewatch to the wrist- Cloth- Rubber- Metal- Genuine Leather
  • 13. WATCH PARTSExclusively available from• Buckle/Clasp – the latchingmechanism that connects thetwo ends of the watch braceletaround the wrist- Standard- Folding- Butterfly
  • 14. WATCH STYLESClassic• Versatile• Can be worn onalmost any occasion• Rarely goes out of style• Simple designs characterisedby round cases, leather strapsand gold, silver-toned orstainless steel braceletsExclusively available from
  • 15. WATCH STYLESDress• Often comes with jewelaccents• Displays an elegant lookExclusively available from
  • 16. WATCH STYLESSporty• Designed for athletes andpeople with an active outdoorlifestyle• Has specific functionalfeatures that don’tcompromise styleExclusively available from
  • 17. WATCH STYLESFashion• Reflective of current trends• Designer-styled andbrandedExclusively available from
  • 18. WATCH STYLESHigh-techExclusively available from• State-of-the-arttechnology such as GlobalPositioning Satellite(GPRS) capabilities,digital cameras, Bluetoothconnectivity and PersonalDigital Assistant (PDA).
  • 19. WATCH COMPLICATIONSRefers to any feature beyondthe standard time display ofhours, minutes and seconds.Additions such as the datedisplay on your watch areconsidered a complication.Exclusively available from
  • 20. WATCH COMPLICATIONSBasic Complications• Day & Date• 2nd Time Zone• Chronograph• Retrograde• Alarm• Moon Phase• Power ReserveExclusively available from
  • 21. WATCH COMPLICATIONSGrand ComplicationsPerpetual Calendar• A calendar that automatically accounts for the varyingnumber of days in each month and in leap years. With afew rare exceptions, this complication must be adjusted forsecular years; the next secular years are 2100 and 2200.Repeater• A watch that tells the time audibly by the mechanismoperated by a push-piece or alike. There are various types ofrepeaters that can strike the hours, quarter hours, fiveminutes and/or every minute, either automatically or whenthe push-piece is pressed down.Tourbillon• A device invented to eliminate the errors of rate verticalpositions. It consists of a mobile carriage or cage carrying allthe parts of the escapement, with the balance in the centre.The cage usually makes one revolution per minute.Exclusively available from
  • 22. WATCH MOVEMENT• Timekeeping mechanism• Integrated with an energysource and a display, itmakes watches tell timeExclusively avilable from
  • 23. WATCH MOVEMENTQuartzExclusively available from• Powered by battery• Works with a series of tinyelectronic components fittedtogether behind a watch’s face
  • 24. WATCH MOVEMENTMechanicalExclusively available from• Powered by manual winding• Made up of gears and springsthat work together• Automatic mechanicalmovement – marks the passageof time through a series of gearmechanisms that are wound bythe movement of the wrist
  • 25. A watch is not assimple as you think!• Parts• Style• Complications• Movements• AssemblyExclusively available from
  • 26. WATCH MOVEMENTSolarExclusively available from• Powered by electricity converted from natural and artificial light• Made with solar panels and sometimes comes with rechargeablebatteriesKinetic• Innovative movement of micro-electronics that responds to themovements of the wrist, maintaining quartz accuracy• The watch ‘sleeps’ if not worn for 72 hours, but ‘wakes up’when shaken and immediately returns to the correct time
  • 27. WATCH MOVEMENTBernhard H. Mayer® uses two of the topSwiss Movement suppliers in the industry• ETASwiss producer of quartz movements, hand woundmovements and mechanical movements powered by self-winding mechanisms.• RondaA traditional Swiss manufacturer that provides electronicmovements in wristwatches all over the world following anefficient quality system that is ISO 9001 certified.Exclusively available from
  • 28. DID YOU KNOW THAT?• Jewels- Synthetic sapphires or rubies- Bearings for gears in movements• A simple mechanical watchshould include at least 15 jewels• Greater complicationsrequire more jewels- Reduce friction and maximiseaccuracy and durabilityExclusively available from
  • 29. WATCH ASSEMBLYSWISS MADE• Refers to the technical qualityof watches• Refers to the aesthetic qualityof watches• Covers both traditional manufacturingand new technologies- Accuracy- Reliability- Water resistance- Shock resistance - Elegance- Originality of DesignExclusively available from
  • 30. - its movement is cased up inSwitzerland;WATCH MOVEMENTSWISS LAW• A watch can only be considered‘Swiss Made’ if:- the manufacturer carries out thefinal inspection in Switzerland;- its movement is Swiss;Exclusively available from
  • 31. WATCH MOVEMENTSWISS MADE• A watch movement can onlybe considered ‘Swiss’ if:- it has been assembled inSwitzerland;- it has been inspected by themanufacturer in Switzerland;- the components of Swissmanufacture account for at least50% of the total value, withouttaking into account the cost ofassembly.Exclusively available from
  • 32. Bernhard H. Mayer® Swiss Watches• Swiss Made• Swiss Movements – ETA/Ronda• Swiss Quality• Swiss Design• High grade surgical steel cases• Handmade dials• Butterfly/folding buckles• Sapphire crystal &antireflective coating• Genuine leather strapsWe use:Exclusively available from
  • 33. WATCH CARE• Care for the Crystal (to avoid scratching)- It is better to store or wrap it in a soft cloth before placing it down- Even sapphire crystals can be scratched• Sports (Intense sports may ruin the watch movements)- It is not recommended that you wear anautomatic or manual winding timepiece whileparticipating in intense sports such as golfingand tennis as the impact could ruin themovement• Watch Cleaning (Use soft cloth)- Using a soft cloth is ideal for removingsmudges and fingerprints from the caseand crystal glass cover
  • 34. Note: The watch movements and casing are water resistant.However, leather straps are sensitive to water, therefore, it isrecommended to avoid water contact with your watch.WATCH CARE• Water Resistance (Don’t wear your watch in the shower)- Keep in mind though that prolonged exposure tohot water such as from a shower or a hot tub cancause the gaskets to expand and contract,leading to water entering the case• Care for Leather Straps (Cleaning the leather)- Genuine leather will gradually deteriorate with constant exposure toperspiration- Salt residue and soil can be removed from leather by cleaning it with adampened soft cloth and mild soap (or saddle soap, which is special leathersoap)Exclusively available from
  • 35. JEWELLERYExclusively available from
  • 36. JEWELLERY COMPONENTS• Precious metals- Silver- Gold- Platinum- Titanium- Palladium- Diamond- Pearl- Gemstones• Precious stones
  • 37. PRECIOUS METALSPlatinum• The heaviest of the precious metals• 15x rarer than gold• 50x rarer than silver• 10 tons of ore are needed toproduce every ounce of platinumExclusively available from
  • 38. PRECIOUS METALSGold• Worlds most ancient and mostcoveted metal• Represents wealth and power• Comes in yellow, white, rose (orpink) and many other coloursExclusively available from
  • 39. • The most plentiful of the preciousjewellery metals• Pure silver or 999 is the whitest of allmetals• Sterling or 925 is the most commonlyused formPRECIOUS METALSSilverExclusively available from
  • 40. • A lustruous, silver-grey metallic element• It has the strength of steel yet lightweight like aluminum• Resistant to corrosion of salt water, sea air and certainacidsPRECIOUS METALSTitaniumExclusively available from
  • 41. • A rare and lustrous silvery-white metal that resembles platinum• Used as an alternative to platinum or white gold• Does not tarnish in air and 15 times rarer than gold• Popular for its flexibility underhigh temperature and theincreased strengths andhardness under coldtemperaturePRECIOUS METALSPalladiumExclusively available from
  • 42. Exclusively available fromFive Characteristics of a DiamondShape – the overall outline of a diamond whenviewed from the topDIAMONDS
  • 43. The Famous 4Cs: Cut, Clarity, Carat,Colour•Cut determines brillianceThe width and depth can have an effecton how light travels within the diamond,and how it exits in the form of brilliance.Too Shallow: Light is lost out the bottomcausing the diamond to lose brilliance.Too Deep: Light escapes out the sides causingthe diamond to appear dark and dull.DIAMONDSCut describes a diamond’s lightperformance, dimensions and finishExclusively available from
  • 44. The Famous 4Cs: Cut, Clarity, Carat,ColourDIAMONDSClarity refers to the tiny marks or inclusions, likescratches or trace minerals, contained in adiamondExclusively available from
  • 45. Carat:A measure of diamond, 1 carat (kt) = 0.2 gr.1 carat = 100 points (0.01 carat = 1 point ; 75 pts = .75 carats)The Famous 4Cs: Cut, Clarity, Carat, ColourDIAMONDSCARAT WEIGHTCarat refers to the weight of a diamondExclusively available from
  • 46. The Famous 4Cs: Cut, Clarity, Carat, ColourDIAMONDSExclusively available fromGIA Colour Grading ScaleSimply refers to a diamond’s colourD E FColourlessG H I JNear colourlessK L MFaint yellowN - RVery faint yellowS - ZLight yellow
  • 47. • SI (Slightly includes flaws)D E F G H I J K L M N-R S-ZThe diamonds in ALL our jewellery pieces are:• H Colour (Nearly Colourless in GIA colourgrading scale)Did You Know?
  • 48. PEARLSFive Quality Factors• Surface- Refers to the number of flaws that appear on thesurface of the pearl- Every pearl has a few natural flaws, and there isno such thing as a flawless pearl• Size- Determines a pearl’s price- Measured in millimeters- Pearls that are 7 millimeters and larger will alwayscommend higher prices• Lustre- Refers to both a pearl’s brilliance (the way its surfacereflects light) and its inner glow (the way it refracts light)Exclusively available from
  • 49. PEARLSExclusively available fromShape• Baroque pearls, which have irregular shape,and curving lines of the drop pearls are alsoconsidered attractive• Spherical or symmetrically-shapedpearls are considered high-quality pearlsround off-round oval teardrop semi-baroquePearl Shape
  • 50. PEARLSExclusively available fromColour• White/milky white, pink, blue,silver and cream-coloured• Pearls with the most uniformcoloration are considered the bestPearl Colourwhite white rose black silver gold pink
  • 51. PEARLSExclusively available fromTypes of Pearls• Saltwater and Freshwater Pearls- Classification according to the environment (bodyof water) that the oysters and mussels thrive in• Natural and Cultured Pearls- The manner in which a pearl is produced
  • 52. GEMSTONES• Gemstones are minerals which possess ornamental or decorative quality• In the 2400 minerals found, over 100 are qualified as gemstones, but onlyabout 20 are commonly used in jewellery• Has five essential characteristics- Colour- Clarity- Cut- Size- EnhancementsExclusively available from
  • 53. Agate Alexandrite Amber Amethyst Andalusite AnglesiteAquamarine Aragonite Citrine Dioptase EmeraldGarnet Iolite Jade Kyanite Lapis Lazuli MoonstoneTurquoiseGEMSTONESExclusively available from
  • 54. Onyx Opal Peridot Quartz RubySapphire Tanzanite Topaz Tourmaline TsavoriteGEMSTONESExclusively available from
  • 55. Did you know?GEMSTONESExclusively available from• Nowadays, the distinction between precious and semi-preciousgemstones is no longer made by the trade.• Many gemstones are used in even the most expensive jewellery,depending on the brand name of the designer, fashion trends, marketsupply, treatments, and etc.• However diamonds, rubies, sapphires and emeralds still have areputation that exceeds those of other gemstones.
  • 56. Jewellery Care• Daily Care- Put on your jewellery after you do yourmake-up.- Wipe your jewellery with a soft clothafter use.Exclusively available from• Storage- Silver is a metal that is meant to beworn out. If you just leave it lyingaround, it will tarnish.- Store your jewellery by neatly fasteningthe clasps and pins.- Lay each item out separately, one by one.- Store your jewellery in a zip lock bag orapproved jewellery bags.
  • 57. Jewellery CareExclusively available fromMaintenance- No matter how carefully you take care of yourjewellery, small parts may come loose.- Carefully check such parts as the hooks thatsupport the jewels, the clasps of necklaces,the screws of earrings, and brooch pins.Cleaning- If you feel that the radiance of your jewelleryhas diminished, take it to a specialist.- Cleaning with ultrasonic cleaner and othermethods may lead to damage, so caution isrecommended especially for plated jewellery.
  • 58. Where to check out theproducts?•www.qnet.netExclusively available from
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