In this tutorial I was just playing around and having fun. I’ll show you how you can give a wider ring a nice fit, how you can add embellishments, how to combine silver and gold ánd how to set a stone by using a pre-made bezel.
Products used in this video:
In this tutorial I highlighted one of my tools used for setting stones. This is the Gesswein bench setters microscope. I was given this microscope in exchange for a tool review. You can watch this review on my channel. So using it in today’s video is my own choice, not sponsored or paid for. It’s just a great piece of equipment that I want to share. If you are interested in this microscope, check out this link: https://www.gesswein.com/lighting-magnification/microscopes/bench-setters-microscope-1/. With the code EST21 you will receive a 5% discount and sponsor my channel on the go.
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Herens & Herens:
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