I am probably going at this all backwards so I need help! I have made a bracelet with a sweat soldered pattern (not really necessary information but…) and I have crudely filed down my bezels to conform to the surface of the bracelet… They are odd shapes, large enough and are placed horizontally so they take a lot of conforming… (anyone with really good techniques for matching a curve, please let me know.) Now I want to set the different cabochons which I have shaped and I’m trying to figure out the best way to back them in addition to grinding a curve into them (perhaps) so they are stable and will not crack. My first idea is to solder an inner ring for them to rest flat on but I wonder if there is other material I should put in there just to give them more support or if I can use a packing material to provide a flat surface. I know this is odd… very odd designs for sure. Any help is greatly appreciated.