A slick take on a wedding band shows the versatility of BezelEase™.
Pictures don't do justice to this dainty turquoise ring.
Beatiful agate cabochon.
A real beauty captured in black and white.
This is the ring that Julia made! Check out the video section to see how she did it.
The bezel is further ornamented by the addition of the braided silver wire.
One of the early pieces.
Tigers Eye Ring.
This ring is the perfect accompaniment for the bracelet shown in the next section.
This men's ring featuures beatifully defined castellations.
People are quick to notice and compliment this setting.
This setting uses the castellated bezel as a foundation.
Bracelets & Pendants
This chunky bracelet was inspired by a Native American design.
Detail from the bracelet.
A simple pendant with castellated bezel.
This beautiful piece was created by Songfeather Angie Young.
Courtesy of Pepetool, this photo features the clever use of a catellated bail.
Variscite from Meekatharra in Western Australia. Courtesy of Carol and Nigel Buxton.
Carol Buxton created this beautiful pice using untreated natural Australian turquoise from Amaroo station in the Northern Territory (Australia).
This project highlights BezelEase's ability to deal with wide bezel materials.
To accommodate the wider material, the standard bolts were replaced with longer ones purchased at a hardware store.
Intermediate stage ofter cutting and soldering.
The finished product.
Both the body and the top bezel were completed using BezelEase.
BezelEase™ is a precision tool engineered to help you quickly and easily create fancy, castellated or serrated bezels for your jewelry and crafts.
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The BezelEase Bezel Making Device is covered under Patent No.: US 11,304,485 B1