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Daumet, the whitest gold in the world.
A new, whiter gold- brighter than before. Less expensive
and more environmentally friendly
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CNRS Founder in 2016 of the start-up
The name Daumet comes from daurare (old french for
gilding) and meta (change in greek). Our skill is to gild
in a different way .
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A gold and tungsten alloy, obtained from the successive
layering of gold.
The very first time I removed this alloy from the machine ,
I was surprised by its colour and brightness. It was from
then studying the chemical and physical properties of gold
alloys that I realised we had just made the whitest gold in
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This new denser white gold, brighter and more ecologic
⁃ the luxury goods industry
⁃ jewellers and watchmakers
We combine an ancient know-how with modern
techniques, whilst respecting future generations.
Our objective is to become on of the leading makers of