I set a Chrysoprase cabochon in a 14K yellow 6-prong setting. After
setting the stone, I polished the 14K yellow setting with Tripoli and
Red Rouge with my flexshaft, trying to be very careful of the stone.
When I compared the set stone to the unset Chrysoprase stone, I notice
that the set stone’s shine was a bit dull. From previous posts, I now
know to tape off the stone!!
Question: What do I use to polish the Chrysoprase. I have other
Chrysoprase stones that also need polishing.
I will take a stone setting class, but until I do, Orchid is my
classroom. I will also get “Classroom in a Box” by Blaine Lewis. I
have most of the Revere tapes and have done my own version of the
Thank you Hanuman and all Orchidians. Members of this forum are so
generous with their hard learned You are all treasures in
Yvonne Pankowski www.ympdesign.com