I have three work benches arranged in a U-shape. To my left is my soldering bench, in front of me is my jeweler's work bench with bench pin, and the bench to my right is my "misc" bench (ultrasonic, steam cleaner, and bench shear live here, and I use the space for different techniques such as etching or electroplating).
My soldering bench includes an acetylene/air Smith torch, and a variety of small butane and propane torches. I work on a large solderite pad, and use charcoal blocks and fire bricks for various tasks. I like to keep my silver solder chips in color-coded medicine bottles for easy access. I use a dropper bottle from @RioGrande with My-T-Flux for 90% of my soldering work. I prefer the dropper bottle to using a flux brush - no more burnt brush bristles! I installed a small drawer just under my soldering area that holds my extra torch tips, pipe cleaners, and strikers.
A couple of @RioGrande tools that are especially handy are my GRS bench vise and Jet Sett compound. I use the bench vise for most of my stone setting work. The vise enables to me keep pieces steady while I work on them, using Jet Sett around pieces that have an unusual shape. I've stopped using dopping wax entirely since getting the Jet Sett. Unlike dopping wax, Jet Sett comes off of my pieces easily and cleanly.