Jewelry Bench Set-up Video

Learn low-cost alternatives and organizational tips to set-up your jewelry bench at home or in your new studio work space. How to save money and build a functional space for your craft.

You don’t have to buy an expensive jeweler’s bench! In this episode, we’ll cover 5 tips for setting up your own home jewelry studio bench on a budget. We will cover low cost tips and alternatives.

1. Studio Location – Keep your studio away from the kitchen or anywhere there’s food.

2. Selecting a Table – Needs to be able to withstand hammer blows and harmful spills.

3. Table Height – You’ll ideally want a table that is about 40″ tall, which is about chest height when sitting.

5. Table Edge – Select an edge that vices can attach to easily.

6. Fire Safety – Protect your table surface with a ceramic tile or masonry bricks for extra security.

Visit us at for all your tools and supplies to set-up your jewelry studio bench.

You may also enjoy these other articles about setting up your new jewelry workspace:

Jewelry Studio Organization Tips

Moving Past Kits: How to Buy Jewelry Supplies

Jewelry Studio Insights by Michael David Sturlin

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  • I am very interested in learning to make jewelry and would welcome all information to get me going in the right direction, start up tools, materials and classes. Thank you for your time!
    Jessie Macek

    • Thanks for your inquiry, Jessie. There are so many techniques in jewelry making that your best bet would be to find classes in your area and start there. They will tell you what tools you need to begin with plus the different materials to work with. Hope that helps!

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