Examine watch jewels for defects, using microscope.
What does a Jewel Inspector do?
Examines watch jewels for defects, such as cracks, rough cuts and cups, misshapen holes, and chips, using microscope: Places quantity of jewels on glass table, which is lighted from beneath, and positions each jewel individually beneath microscope with tweezers. Turns jewel to view all surfaces. Segregates rejects according to type of defect.