Repeat Steps 19 through 22 for the other bezel.
Pro Tip: Optional twisted wire decorative element:
Twist a 5½" to 6" length of 18 gauge square wire. Anneal, pickle, rinse and dry the wire. Wrap the wire around each bezel, in the same manner as the bezel wire around the cabochon, to determine the length needed. Start the wire on a different side than the bezel seam. Use an ultra fine point Sharpie to mark that point on the bezel and square. Remember, the cabochons are not calibrated so the length needed will be different for each earring. Cut the wire with flush cutter, making sure each end is square.
Use a clean solder pick to place a small amount of hard paste solder on the twisted wire seam. Use a micro torch to heat the piece until the solder flows. Pickle, rinse and dry. Place the wire piece on a bench block and tap lightly with a plastic or rubber mallet to flatten.
Place the soldered twisted wire square onto the earring, matching the seam with the marks made in step A. Square the twisted wire corners to fit the bezel. Here, the flat sides of two clothespin halves are used to push the sides of the twisted wire to the bezel to help square it up. Keep working around the unit until the twisted wire square has an acceptable fit. Carefully remove the wire and set to the side.
Use a clean solder pick to place small amounts of medium paste solder around the seam attaching the bezel to the square and on the square backing. Place the twisted wire back on the earring, matching the seam to the Sharpie marks and pressing the wire into the solder. Solder in place in the same manner as Step 21.
Pickle, rinse and dry the piece. Repeat the above steps for the other earring.