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Pavé, Micropavé or Bead setting
Pavé setting is a term for setting a stone directly into metal using tools called gravers. Gravers are small chisels. A hole is drilled directly into the metal surface, and then gravers of different sizes are used to make a concave line and groove around the stone. The stone is inserted into that space, with gravers and the setter lifts and pushes tiny portions of metal into and over the edge of the stone (just like small prongs). With a beading tool, the setter creates small beads by rounding and smoothening out the metal. The setter then pushes the beads firmly onto the stone.
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