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JEWELLERY ENGRAVING & STONE SETTING


A gemstone is kept in place by the adjacent metal, which prevents both sideways and up- and-down movements. The types of gemstone and the desired finish dictate the style of the setting, but, whatever the setting, there must be enough metal and adequate strength to secure the stone.


In the jewellery trade, mounting and setting are separate tasks, and both take time for beginners to master. The small pieces of metal used in these processes are initially difficult to handle, but the task soon becomes easier as the jewellers adjust to small-scale work.


We at CousinsUK have a very comprehensive range of hand tools and equipment perfect for the beginner as well as maintaining high standards for the professional setter.


Here on this page are some of the most popular tools used by our customers and click onto the links below to discover the ancient art of gemstone setting tooling.


13 Piece Stone Setters Tool Kit


• Curved Burnisher which is oval in shape designed to burnish metal


• Length of agate 35mm • Overall Length 200mm • Knife shape


Code B45699 Description Knife Shape with Wooden Handle EACH


UOM Price £4.25


• Professional stone setters tool kit • Supplied in a nylon zip lock wallet • 13 different tools • Great portable tool kit


Kit includes: • Bezel setting pusher (B31880) • Sliding brass vernier gauge (G31917) • Curved end SS burnisher (B20129) • Diamond tweezers (T6277) • Pin vice • Prong lifter (S39264) • Wooden ring clamp (R4227) • Needle files set of 5


• Stone setting pliers (P39493) Code


Description K45712 13 Piece Stone Setters Tool Kit


UOM Price EACH £37.95


Agate Burnishers Stone Setting - Another hard-to-find tool


• Traditional old school agate burnisher • These natural stones can be used just like a steel burnisher; for closing bezels and smoothing imperfections in metal


• Agate burnishers remove surface unevenness by pressure and produce a brilliant shine on gold and silver


• Agate is advantageous over steel as it will not damage your stones


• Additional uses include applying gold and silver leaf/foils and burnishing art metal clay before firing


• It is important to avoid knocking the agate burnishers


Spear Shape with Wooden Handle


• Length of agate 20mm • Overall Length 200mm • Short elongated spear shape


Code B31878 Description


Spear Shape with Wooden Handle


UOM Price EACH £4.50


Spear Shape with Wooden Handle, Extra Long


• Straight Burnisher which is oval in shape designed to burnish metal


• Rub firmly over the metal and a shiny finish is obtained


• Burnishing is an effective method of polishing edges which can occur when you use a mop


• Overall length 140mm Code


Description B20130


Straight Burnisher with Wooden Handle


UOM Price EACH £2.00


• Length of agate 40mm • Overall length 220mm • Long elongated spear shape • Shallow elongated spear shape


Code B36076 Description


Spear Shape with Wooden Handle, Extra Long


Steel Burnishers


Stone Setting - Steel Burnishers - Pushers & Rollers


• Steel burnishing tools are used for smoothing over parts of soft metal


• Great for channel/bezel setting stones • With highly polished blades that are firmly set in wood handles


UOM Price EACH £4.50


• Straight Burnisher which is oval in shape designed to burnish metal


• Rub firmly over the metal and a shiny finish is obtained


• Burnishing is an effective method of polishing edges which can occur when you use a mop


• Overall length 160mm • Handle diameter Ø15mm


Code B53973 Description


Straight Burnisher with Wooden Handle, Slimline


UOM Price EACH £2.85


Straight Burnisher with Wooden Handle, Slimline


Straight Burnisher with Wooden Handle


• Rub firmly over the metal and a shiny finish is obtained


• Burnishing is an effective method of polishing edges which can occur when you use a mop


• Overall length 140mm Code


Description B20129


Curved End Burnisher with Wooden Handle


UOM Price EACH £2.00


Cylinder Tapered Shape with Aluminium Handle


Bezel Roller Burnisher with Wooden Handle


Polished steel rocker with half-round head. Rolls and pushes bezel against the stone. Recommended for large settings such as brooches and pendants.


• Diameter of agate Ø6.50mm • Length of agate 40mm • Overall length 180mm • Round to a tapered point


Code B36075 Description


Cylinder Tapered Shape with Aluminium Handle


UOM Price EACH £4.95 Knife Shape with Wooden Handle


Curved End Burnisher with Wooden Handle


• Bezel Roller is used to rub over the stone collet • It will crease the metal over the stone to hold it in • It is made of soft steel to reduce the risk of damage to the stone


• Overall length 110mm Code


Description B20128


Bezel Roller Burnisher with Wooden Handle


UOM Price EACH £1.75


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