Princess-first stage of setting!
Now that you know exactly what tools you need in your bench, we can now start the setting.
Here I examine the setting & decide to 'open' the claws to accommodate the use of pliers & round/bud burs. Easy access to the 'head' is the main objective. The pilot-hole must not be any deeper than 1/2 width of the round bur head!!!. The following steps are all visual in this first video. instruction.
- 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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