I have a sterling silver ring that the shank has broken on that
needs repaired. Of course it broke close to the stone on the shank.
The challenge I have is that the bezel setting has a design all
around the circumference of the setting. I normally remove the onyx
stone and repair the shank. However I can’t see a way to remove the
stone without damaging the design in the metal. So. my question is
does anyone have any ideas for heat sink so I don’t have to remove
the stone, any mediums you can think of thatI can use, that would
help prevent breakage is appreciated.
Thank You Heidi