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Stone setting classes?

Altho I’m not perfect, I still do well when working with gold and
platinum. However, I need to attend some kind of stone setting
class, especially for the fancy cut stones. I’m from Louisiana, but
can travel, depending on the class length. Any suggestions on where I
can find a list of available classes?

Thanks, as always,
Connie

The Revere Academy offers 2 and 3-day Stone Setting classes at all
levels: Basic Setting (Intro to prongs, bezels and bead/graver
setting), Prong Setting (3, 4, 6-prong rounds, marquise, baguette,
pear, oval and more), Bead and Pave, Channel (5 styles). Instruction
incorporates the standards set by Jewelers of America. We are in San
Francisco, just a short flight from anywhere and worth it! Check out
our website, below:

Alan

Revere Academy of Jewelry Arts, Inc.
760 Market Street
Suite 900
San Francisco, California 94102
USA
tel: 415-391-4179
fax: 415-391-7570


alanrevere@aol.com
alan@revereacademy.com

I too am looking for stone setting classes. Preferably in central
Fla.

Julia

go to the new approach school in VA beach Check out
www.newapprachschool.com Blaine is an awesome teacher for fancy
stones

New Approach School for Jewelers (NASJ)


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Barb
Barbara Smith McLaughlin - Handcrafted Jewelry
PO Box 793, Stratham, NH 03885
603-772-2633

I doubt that you can do better than Blaine Lewis’ classes at his New
Approach School in Virginia Beach, VA.

Noel