Kaily Agate Pendant

Turn a new stone, a minimal setting, a dash of gold, and a splash of sparkle into a piece that is truly your own.
SKU: EP10981

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Craft this stylish pendant from rough to finished design! Cut your own a stunning cabochon stone as you learn shaping and contouring lapidary techniques. Then, advance your jewelry making skills as you expertly set your custom cut gemstone in this partial bezel. Enjoy the variety of metalsmithing techniques this pendant utalizes for its artistic finish.

Required Materials:
  • Agate rough or slab
  • .25 ct. round diamond; or any round, but you will have to set it after you solder
  • Square sterling silver wire
  • Sterling silver sheet
  • 18K yellow 3x3 mm square wire
  • 18K yellow thick walled tubing to fit diamond
Tools:
  • LAPIDARY: #8 Template for Designer Gemstones, lapidary equipment, I used Diamond Pacific's Genie; Gryphette diamond grinder
  • HAND AND BENCH: General bench tools, polished burnishing tool, Fordom-style flexible shaft or similar (Dremel will not hold tubing), wide cross peen hammer, rolling mill with wire rolling capability
  • SOLDERING: Torch with multiple tips, GRS soldering station with two hands or other type third hands, pickle pot with Sparex
  • FINISHING AND SETTING: General polishing tools, hallmark stamps for each quality of the noble metals plus personal hallmark or logo, dead blow hammer for stamping hallmarks

Technique: Lapidary, general bench, soldering, and bezel setting
Originally Published: Lapidary Journal Jewelry Artist August 2014
Additional Info
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SKU EP10981
Author/Speaker/Editor John Heusler
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