Jewelry Arts Lapidary Journal, February 2007: Digital Edition

Mesh is in! Discover why we’re mad about mesh with Helen Driggs.
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With gems cut in long cylinders that are visible both lengthwise and in cross-section, you can display beauty flawlessly. Need some confidence boosters for bezel setting? Look no further, we have 38 tips and tricks from expert Helen Blythe-Hart. Create an elegantly elevated cabochon with granulation, find out how perfectly pretty a glowing heart pendant is when golden dichro reflects in the light, and more!

SKU: EP3524

Format: Digital Magazine Single Issue

Table of Contents


  • Live, Online & More
  • Jewelry Journal Questions, Answers and Tips
  • Facets
  • Cool Tools
  • Rock Corner


  • Mad about Mesh (Helen I. Driggs)- Studio jewelers are blurring the boundries between the fiber and metal arts.
  • The Long and Short of It (Annie Osburn)- A closer look at a new cylindrical gemstone cut.
  • Set It and Forget It (Helen Blythe-Hart)- Great tips for better stone setting, plus project.
  • Playing the Angles (Glenn Klein)- Effective facets depend on knowing the stone.


  • Stepping Out (Denise Peck)
  • Silver and Gold Platform Ring (Helen Blythe-Hart)- Elegantly elevated cabochon with granulation
  • Glowing Heart Pendant (Martina Dodson)- Golden dichro reflects in glass
  • Powder Separation Moldmaking (Donna E. Shimazu)- Preparing and making the right registration molds, Part II
  • Star of the Soutwest (Ernie Hawes)- Attractive antique square cushion cut that???s reasonably easy for the beginner

SKU: EP3524

Format: Digital Magazine Single Issue

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