Product Code: C10
This is an essential tool for setting rings and other small pieces of jewellery which can be difficult to hold, as well as being useful for other techniques such as wire wrapping.
How to use: Simply unscrew the wing-nut to open the jaws, insert the shank of the ring so that the bezel or claws are uppermost and tighten the wing-nut to clamp it in place. This gives you much more control and enables you to use more pressure when setting stones in rings than if trying to hold them in your fingers or placing them over a triblet or ring mandrel, which can roll from side to side.
The leather lined jaws mean that it can be used as a clamp for other jewellery pieces or wire which need to be firmly held in place where pliers or other clamps would mark the metal. The clamp can be held tightly against your bench or bench pin for extra stability.
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|UK Standard||Calculated in shopping basket||£3.95 - £6.95|
|UK Next Day Delivery*||Calculated in shopping basket||from £7.95|
|UK Saturday Delivery||Calculated in shopping basket||from £14.00|
*Orders for Next Day Delivery must be placed before 12pm, Monday to Friday. Heavy orders weighing over 1.5Kg must be placed before 10.30am - usually only orders containing machines and multiple tools. You will receive your order the following day** not including Saturday & Sunday (Deliveries for highlands & islands may take a little longer). Next day and Saturday Delivery are signed for services.
*Next day deliveries for highlands & islands may take a little longer.
**Update to services - Next Day Delivery Services are prioritised but no refund of delivery fees will be available for late deliveries.
UPDATE: 21st December 2020 - we have paused international deliveries and will resume as soon as we can in January.