Intermediate Bezel Setting for Jewelry Making
with Bonnie Heras
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About The Class
form a basic and beautiful ring.
Setting stones and bezeling can take your rings from simple to spectacular. Bonnie Heras guides you, step-by-step, through the ring making process in Intermediate Bezel Setting for Jewelry Making.
Bonnie spent years studying metal arts and jewelry design and in this intermediate-level class she’ll show you how to make a basic silver ring. You’ll learn:
- Basic ring forming
- Sawing, filing, and soldering techniques
- How to create a bezel setting
- Adding the final touches with patina and polish
There are many steps to forming a basic and beautiful ring, let expert instructor Bonnie Heras guide you through the process.
Check the bonus materials below for a complete product list of the tools and supplies you need to finish this project.
Sizing & Shaping Your Ring27:02
Creating the Bezel Platform05:48
Making the Bezel09:12
Soldering the Bezel07:47
Finishing the Ring with Patina & Polish06:27
Setting the Stone11:35
Bonnie Heras - Determining Ring Blank Lengths.pdf
Bonnie Heras - Ring with Bezel Pattern.pdf
Bonnie Heras - Intermediate Bezel Setting Supply List.pdf
50% of students recommend this class.
See what some of them have to say.
The content was good but could not see some of the techniques. Maybe use of the overhead camera positioned over the work space would have helped. Overall a good class.
This class was ok and the most positive thing about it was the actual design of the ring, leading students to riff off the original design to create a design of their own. The supply list is not complete as it does not list sanding papers and grit sizes or sanding sticks. I realize there are a lot of techniques covered in other videos but it would have been helpful to have her give a short synopsis of said techniques for those who haven't seen the other videos (for example, polishing). I felt, especially at the end, that she wasn't really concerned about whether the student was exposed to those missing techniques; instead, she shrugged off the fact that there was no time left...go buy the other videos and watch them. There was also a burnishing tool that she referenced quickly and it would have been helpful to have more information about that tool.
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