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Amazing stone Setting!


#1

This person is truly a master stone setter. Look closely at the
gorgeous, uniform prong work.

Yummy!

Jeff Herman


#2

Hello,

He is, but the price tag to have something done is in the same class.
If you’re at this level you can buy expensive tools like a seiz
microscoop, very good burs, precise cut stones which make
stonesetting much easier. Bottom line is, even if you have the best
tools, jou still need to master the craft but life becomes easier
with quality tools and fine equipment.

Have fun and enjoy
Pedro


#3

Hello Pedro!

If you're at this level you can buy expensive tools like a seiz
microscoop, very good burs, precise cut stones which make
stonesetting much easier. Bottom line is, even if you have the
best tools, jou still need to master the craft but life becomes
easier with quality tools and fine equipment. 

Mr. Kricuk is a goldsmith and a stone setter, that means, he set
stones… …stones, which came from his customers. He has no
influence about the quality of shape.

It is correct - with this tools you can reach the top… …but it is
not the tool only that makes a good work. To get at the level, where
he is, you need good instructors. Instructors and training courses
are expensive. Here in Europe you can disburse between two to eight
thousand Euro for that (without charges for living). The tools you
are talking about like a Zeiss microscope (a new one 2,500.00 Euro),
burs and other things are expensive, too. Between four to ten
thousand Euro for one workspace. Count it together and imagine how
many stones you have to set, to get all that money.

Live is not that easy.
Mario Sarto


#4

You can all of the very best setting tools in the world. But as
Pedro so aptly endorsed in his posting, if you have no one to learn
setting from, what good are these tools? As I always say, these tools
don’t set by themselves.“Experience and knowledge” is so **much
needed in handling them.

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