Setting plier : close corner #1 / 1pc
Tang #1 ini cocok untuk menutup kuku penjepit batu, dimana bentuk ujung tangnya melengkung sehingga dapat menjangkau bagian yang sulit di jangkau oleh tang biasa, dan bagian bawahnya yang melengkung dapat menahan batu dari bawah sehingga tidak merusak bagian pinggir dari cincin atau perhiasan lainnya.
Setting plier : close corner #2 / 1pc
The #2 Plier is especially helpful to set or tighten side stones in a basket setting as well as other type mountings. One side of the plier has a slot for the wire under the stone and the other side has a beading tool cup on it. Also great for setting earrings! Simply slip the post through the slotted side and bring the beading tool down on the prong making this type of work much quicker and easier for jewelers.
If you need a larger tip you can sand it down slightly and use a small ball bur to enlarge the size. If you need to make it smaller, just sand the outside of the tip slightly.
Setting plier : close #3 / 1pc
The #3 Plier is invented by a stone setter, can be used by jewelers for setting virtually any size stone. The top (bent) jaw has a concave hole, which works great on prongs or pavé set stones. The straight jaw is milled so that the plier can be used on normal mountings as well as basket mountings and many more.
Made of high grade stainless steel with cushion grips, these pliers can save jewelers a great deal of time when repairing or setting stones.
Length is 140mm.
Setting plier : close #4 / 1pc
A unique design, specifically for closing prongs on tennis bracelets quickly, efficently and properly.
The angled jaw allows the user to properly bend the prong, making every setting job much easier than conventional pliers.
Setting plier : Open #1 / 1pc
This is a special plier to open prongs which will not fracture stones.
The plier puts no pressure on the top of the stone, top jaw is a claw which will grips the prong cleanly and the lower jaw is grooved to hold the prong.
Setting plier : Open #2 / 1pc
The top jaw is thinner to be able to get in behind the prongs, the angle and length of the bottom jaw provides precise leverage to minimize damage to stones.
the lower jaw is grooved so that it doesn't slip sideways on the prong