Professional Jewelry Making: Silver Locket: Part 2

The procedures in this article are standard practices for bench jewelers at this time. If not executed properly, however, they can cause harm. Neither the author nor the publisher is responsible for injuries, losses, or damage that may result from the use or misuse of this information.Safety Alert: Burs and other setting tools are extremely sharp and, if used improperly, can cause serious injury. Be sure that your hands are firmly secured and safely protected at all times.16. At this point the two bezels should fit inside the two locket halves. To adjust the height of the bezels, flip them over and insert them with the flat face first and the open bezel sticking out. Use a flat file to trim the excess flush with the frames. File slowly so that you do not catch and distort the thin metal edge. Repeat for the other side. 16. Trimming bezel heights17. The final step in completing the b

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