Watches and jewellery products

Description

The offered watches and jewellery products, their functionalities, properties and legal and regulatory requirements.

Alternative labels

watches and jewellery stock
a watch and jewellery product
watches and jewellery merchandise
watches and jewellery commodities
watches and jewellery
watches and jewellery goods
watches and jewellery brands
watch and jewellery products

Skill type

knowledge

Skill reusability level

sector-specific

Relationships with occupations

Essential knowledge

Watches and jewellery products is an essential knowledge of the following occupations:

Clock and watchmaker: Clock and watchmakers make mechanical or electronic clocks and watches. They use precision hand tools or automated machinery to assemble the timing devices. Clock and watchmakers may also repair clocks or watches. They can work in workshops or in factories.
Import export manager in watches and jewellery: Import export managers in watches and jewellery install and maintain procedures for cross-border business, coordinating internal and external parties.
Watches and jewellery distribution manager: Watches and jewellery distribution managers plan the distribution of watches and jewellery to various points of sales.Watches and jewellery distribution managers plan the distribution of watches and jewellery to various points of sales.
Wholesale merchant in watches and jewellery: Wholesale merchants in watches and jewellery investigate potential wholesale buyers and suppliers and match their needs. They conclude trades involving large quantities of goods.
Import export specialist in watches and jewellery: Import export specialists in watches and jewellery have and apply deep knowledge of import and export goods including customs clearance and documentation.

Optional knowledge

Watches and jewellery products is optional for these occupations. This means knowing this knowledge may be an asset for career advancement if you are in one of these occupations.

Enameller: Enamellers embellish metals such as gold, silver, copper, steel, cast iron or platinum by painting it. The enamel they apply, consists of coloured powdered glass.
Filigree maker: Filigree makers create a delicate kind of jewellery, usually of gold and silver, called a filigree. They solder together tiny beads, twisted threads or a combination of the two to the surface of an object in the same metal, arranged in an artistic motif.

Wholesale merchant: Wholesale merchants investigate potential wholesale buyers and suppliers and match their needs. They conclude trades involving large quantities of goods.
Import export specialist: Import export specialists have and apply deep knowledge of import and export goods including customs clearance and documentation. They declare goods that cross the border, inform customers about customs and give advice concerning disputes related to customs legislation. They prepare the documents needed and make sure they are delivered to customs. They check and process duty and make sure VAT payments are done as applicable.
Distribution manager: Distribution managers plan the distribution of goods to various points of sales.
Precious stone setter: Precious stone setters use tools to insert diamonds and other gemstones into jewellery settings according to specifications. The setting of the gemstone depends on its size and its shape.
Jewellery assembler: Jewellery assemblers assemble jewelry parts to form different types of jewellery such as bracelets, necklaces or earrings. They grip links with pliers or position the link in the slot of a linking ring, twist link joints open using pliers, attach all parts together and repair broken chains.
Precious stone cutter: Precious stone cutters use cutting machines and tools to cut or carve diamonds and other gemstones according to diagrams and patterns while considering different specifications. They are experts at fabricating jewellery such as rings, brooches, chains and bracelets from gemstones.
Goldsmith: Goldsmiths design, manufacture and sell jewellery. They also adjust, repair and appraise gems and jewellery for customers using experience in the working of gold and other precious metals. 
 
Chain making machine operator: Chain making machine operators tend and operate the proper equipment and machinery for the creation of metal chains, including precious metal chains such as for jewellery, and produce these in all steps of the production process. They feed the wire into the chainmaking machine, use pliers to hook the ends of the chain formed by the machine together and finish and trim the edges by soldering them to a smooth surface.
Hawker: Hawkers sell goods and services on established routes, street and market locations.
Import export manager: Import export managers install and maintain procedures for cross-border business, coordinating internal and external parties.
Market vendor: Market vendors sell products such as fruit, vegetables and household products on organised outdoor or indoor market places. They use sales techniques to recommend their goods to passersby.
Silversmith: Silversmiths design, manufacture and sell jewelry. They also adjust, repair and appraise gems and jewelry. Silversmiths are specialized in working with silver and other precious metals.

 


 

References

  1. Watches and jewellery products – ESCO

 

Last updated on September 20, 2022

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