Graver into a wooden handle
The graver is now sitting in it's handle, the jeweler will immerse the hot graver into cold water.
You must make sure the graver is not tilted or crooked in the wood frame.
He will then hit the back-end of the wooden handle with a hammer, just to secure it further!
- AuthorGerry Lewy
With over 40 years experience as a stone setter, Gerry Lewy is known throughout the diamond setting community. Gerry started his 9-year apprenticeship with a jewelry manufacturer and tutored by a gentleman ‘setter’, in Haddon Gardens, London. Gerry has redeveloped himself into more than a master setter, his purpose is now to be a teacher of the art as well.
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