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Stuller Announces 2020 Bench Jeweler Workshop

It will feature the fifth annual Battle of the Benches Competition.

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Stuller Announces 2020 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, March 27-28, 2020.

“This is the event for bench jewelers,” says Tammy Lail, vice president of tools and metals. “From in-depth seminars to skill demonstrations, there is something here for everyone regardless of your current level.”

This year’s event will host popular seminars and demonstrations such as Basic Diamond Grading, Social Media Uncovered, Pricing Repair, and Laser Welding. The fifth annual Battle of the Benches competition will also take place on the demonstration floor.

“Three exceptional bench jewelers – Stanislav Petrov, David Adamson, and Richard Wiegel will compete against returning 2019 champion Evgenii Fedko in a real-time design contest,” says Lail. “Over the course of two days, the contestants will design, prep, polish and assemble new creations right on our demonstration floor.”

Get more information on Bench Jeweler Workshop.

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