Bezel setting a sharp corner is a challenge for a lot of jewelers. Through my learning and experimentations, I found a method that works for me. Today, I’m sharing this method with you. I hope you can learn something from this bezel setting tutorial. Leave me a comment or questions and I’ll do my best to answer it if it’s within my knowledge limit 🙂
Here is the list of tools needed to bezel set a sharp corner. They’re pretty basic tools that most jewelers would have in hand.
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Universal work holder vise – https://amzn.to/2tW8tKo
Barrette file, Swiss cut #2 – http://bit.ly/2eK1tsm
Foredom flex shaft – http://bit.ly/2eJVrrE
Silicone wheels (extra mandrels would be nice to have) – http://bit.ly/2eJG0zU
Moldable plastic – https://amzn.to/2u9Np2d
Brass bezel pusher – http://bit.ly/2eJOjf8
Nylon head hammer – http://bit.ly/2eJMyi8
PS: You don’t need to use these specific brands. Just use what you have. I happened to own these tools and materials so they’re my personal recommendation.