Have you been setting lots of round stones and want to try something different in your designs? Found the perfect pear shaped stone but to nervous to try setting it yet? Shed your apprehension and learn to set challenging shaped stones in this comprehensive, hands-on weekend with master stone-setter Kirk Lang. Saturday and Sunday, November 7th and 8th is our Pointed Stone Setting: Theory and Applications Part II class. A follow up to our Faceted Stone Setting Theory and Applications: Part I in this intermediate class you will learn to confidently set faceted stones with pointed corners.
Three types of settings will be covered including prong, flush, and bezel. Three stone cuts will be presented: pear, triangle, and princess cut.
Students will learn the theory behind stone setting, gemstone characteristics, and how to make tools for stone setting.
The class is made up of both demonstrations by Kirk Lang and time to practice setting stones in class.
If you have been wanting to advance your stone setting skills this is the class to take!
Interested in registering? Call to register by phone: 206-524-0916 or stop by our location to register in person: 5619 University Way NE, Seattle 98105
For more information on this and all of our classes go to www.danacadesign.com