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How To Fabricate a Sterling Silver Prong Setting For Medium and Large Cabochons

with Jack Hoque

On-Demand Access

$137

  • 6+ Video lessons in HD
  • Exclusive bonus content
  • 30-day access to instructor
  • Over 6 hours of in-depth instructions
  • Lifetime access, anywhere, anytime
  • Available on desktop, mobile and tablet
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What you will learn:

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Class 1:

  • What tools are needed to fabricate a prong setting for medium to larger sized cabochons

Class 2:

  • Flame control for soldering

Class 3:

  • How to use a Jewelers saw

02

Class 4:

  • How to use a file

Class 5:

  • How to pick solder with tweezers and prongs

Class 6:

  • How to pick solder
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Class 7:

  • How to polish

Class 8:

  • Designing

Class 9:

  • Finishing

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About the course

During this fantastic and in-depth course you will learn: What tools are needed to fabricate a prong setting for medium to larger sized cabochons, Flame control for soldering, How to use a Jewelers saw, How to use a file, How to pick solder with tweezers and prongs, How to pick solder, How to polish ...and much more!
 

Open Facebook Group to students of this course:
Curious Mondo: Fabricate a Sterling Silver Prong Setting For Cabochons

Time table:
9 hours

Level:
Beginning / Intermediate / Advanced

Target market:
Jewelers
Main objective:
Learn how to Fabricate a Sterling Silver Prong Setting For Cabochons

Prerequisite:
None

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About the instructor

Jack Hoque

Jack is a full time jeweler and lapidary artist based out of Southern Oregon in a jewelry store called "Jacksonville Gems and Jewelry". He has dedicated his life to creating in new and innovative ways for both stone cutting and metal work. He pairs both his skills in metal and stone to create one of a kind Narrative pendants which feature both sides completely finished with a reverse intaglio carving on the front and metal engraving all around the front and the back. His work is all completely done free hand with designs that come straight from his head. He also melts down, alloys and mills out all his own precious metals and picks out each stone from the rough that he cuts, carves and polishes custom for each project.

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