Retired - Quest Ring

Designer: Alexandra Smith
Skill Level: Beginner
A beautiful balance of rustic and refined is met in this antiqued silver Gita ring setting featuring a light turquoise Austrian crystal fancy stone. This quick and easy project is created using G-S Hypo Cement, no tools needed!

Note: Components and tools listed within this INSTRUCTIONS box and the printer-friendly PDF, if available, may have been discontinued since this project was published. Refer to the PURCHASE COMPONENTS and TOOLS AND OTHER SUPPLIES sections for current availability.

  1. Please watch the video: How to Use Glue to Set Austrian Crystal Fancy Stones into Gita Jewelry Components. Following the technique shown in this video, use G-S Hypo Cement to set your ss39 Austrian Crystal fancy stone into your Gita antiqued silver ring setting. Allow at least one hour for the glue to dry. Enjoy your ring!
WHAT YOU'LL NEED: (scroll down for purchase options)
  • FRG-1072 - Gita Jewelry Stone Setting for Austrian Crystal, Wave Ring Base for SS39 Chatons, 1 Piece, Antiqued Silver
    Project uses 1 piece. You will need 1 package.

  • SWCH-639604 - Austrian Crystal, 1088 Xirius Round Stone Chatons ss39, 6 Pieces, Light Turquoise F
    Project uses 1 piece. You will need 1 package.

  • XTL-1001 - G S Hypo Cement Precise Applicator Essential!
    Project uses 1 piece. You will need 1 package.

Additional Information
Theme Vintage Look, Summer
Ingredients XTL-1001,

Purchase Components

Purchase the components needed to make this project. Change quantities as needed to make multiple pieces. This project is RETIRED. Please review project instructions carefully—some items may no longer be available for this project and will not be listed below. Tip: Save this project to your wishlist to easily return to project instructions.
G S Hypo Cement Precise Applicator Essential!
You will need 1 package(s).
1 package = 1 Tube.
$7.07 / Package | SKU: XTL-1001
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