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Stuller Announces 2019 Annual Bench Jeweler Workshop

It features informational classes, hands-on demos, and the fourth annual Battle of the Benches Competition.

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Stuller Announces 2019 Annual Bench Jeweler Workshop

(PRESS RELEASE) LAFAYETTE, LA – Stuller’s annual event for bench jewelers, Bench Jeweler Workshop, is returning to its global headquarters in Lafayette, LA, on March 22 and 23, 2019.

“Workshop is the ultimate educational and networking event for bench jewelers,” said Tammy Lail, vice president of tools and metals. “This event brings hundreds of bench jewelers together in one place, to learn from each other, as well as industry pros.”

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The two-day event will host a variety of Stuller and industry experts presenting hands-on demos and in-depth training and classes.

Some of the new classes, demos and tours include:

  • Basic Jewelry Sizing
  • Diamonds and Gemstones Private Tours
  • Social Media Uncovered

The fourth annual Battle of the Benches competition will also take place on the demo floor.

“This year, three exceptional bench jewelers will be selected to compete against defending champion Patrick Dobbs, in a real-time design contest,” said Lail. “The contestants will compete in two different challenges – parts and pieces, and prep and polish.”

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For more information on the Battle of the Benches competition, visit www.stuller.com/battleofthebenches. For more information on Bench Jeweler Workshop, visit www.stuller.com/workshop.

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