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How to Use Two-Sided Bezel Settings

Presented by Rose, Jewelry Production Specialist, Marketing Content Development Group,
Instructions by Rachel, Content Development Group, Exclusively for Fire Mountain Gems and Beads®
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Two-sided bezel setting have prongs on either side to grip the stone and are open on both sides allowing light to shine through.

Swarovski® Crystal Fancy Stones

STEP 1
Select the correct size bezel for the stone to be set. Place the stone inside the center of the bezel to verify they fit together.
STEP 2
Use a bezel roller, bezel pusher or a pair of pliers to press the prongs around the edge of the setting over the stone securing it in place.

For Swarovski stones, pliers work best. Place the pliers over a set of prongs on one side of the setting then press the prongs down and inward at the same time, so they grip the stone. Place the pliers over a set of prongs on the opposite side of the setting and press them against the stone.

Tip: When setting stones, work on opposite sides (i.e. north, south, east, west) to ensure even setting.

Continue to press the sets of prongs down until the stone is secure.

Cabochons

STEP 1
Verify the cabochon fits inside the center of the bezel then remove the cabochon.
STEP 2
Press the longer prongs on the back side of the setting down to a 90-degree angle.
STEP 3
Place the cabochon inside the top of the bezel. Use a prong pusher to press the prongs on opposite sides of the setting down to secure the cabochon in place.

Optional:
Use adhesive to affix two flat back components together then secure a bezel around the flat backs creating a reversible pendant.

Have a question regarding this project? Email Customer Service.

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