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Pedestal Prongs - Intermediate Jewelry Series

Jewelry/Gems

Students will learn how to create a pedestal prong setting as well as several applications for this setting. A pedestal prong setting is built onto a pedestal or platform that is the same width as the stone and has prongs to keep the stone in place. Prong settings maximize how much of the stone you can see and are incredibly versatile with most jewelry designs. This style of setting can also be applied to faceted gemstones and the techniques to set a faceted gemstone will be reviewed during Class 5: Tube Set Gemstones. Educator: Leah Meleski. Prerequisites: Adults with Intermediate skill levels You have taken the Beginning Jewelry courses and/or are proficient with soldering, sawing, drilling, polishing, rolling mill / roller printing, etc. This class is part of the Intermediate Jewelry Series: Stone Setting. You can receive a discounted price for signing up and committing to all 5 classes via this Link. At the end of this class series a 6th class will be offered as Open Studio Time to participating students involved in the series to finish class samples and ask questions. Full details and to Register go to: Current.BMAG-WA.org