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Mitsubishi PMC3 Precious Metal Clay Silver 55.5 grams(Japan Import)

  • Package Size (about): 8 x height 10.5cm width
  • Contents: 55.5g
It is recommended for beginners because it is easy to make! Recommended for beginners Contents 55.5g, 50g sterling amount so easy to make [Features]! Clay-90% silver content. It is easy to modeling has the soft feel of the original clay. Can be fired at a wide range of 900 from 600 , an excellent shine, and is finished in high strength. - After firing, I will shrink 10-18%. Grade after firing, is 99.9%. Because there is strength most compared to other clays, and has excellent modeling resistance

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PMC3TM Precious Metal Clay Starter Kit - Includes Micro-Torch by FMG

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Mitsubishi PMC3 Precious Metal Clay Silver 27.8 grams

  • PMC3 sterling silver clay 25g (japan import)
Mitsubishi PMC3 Precious Metal Clay Silver 27.8 grams

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PMC Technic: A Collection of Techniques for Precious Metal Clay

  • Used Book in Good Condition
In this book, ten leading artists teach their specialty, with clarity, care, and passion. Innovative techniques are pesented with clear instructions and examples. Tonya Davidson: Using the PMC Syringe Celie Fago: PMC Hinges Jennifer Kahn: PMC Bezels Doris King: Fusing Sterling and PMC Terry Kovalcik: Viscosity Painting Noortje Meijerink: PMC on Ceramic Kelly Russell: Using Stencils with PMC Barbara Simon: Lampworking and PMC CeCe Wire: Water Etching on PMC J. Fred Woell: Coreless Beads

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Silver Precious Metal Clay, 16 gms, PMC3

  • he strongest of all the silver metal clays, PMC3 clay is well suited to applications where designs will be subject to increased wear after firing, such as rings
  • Soft and easy to work with
  • Great gift for creative adult
Precious Metal Clay is a great clay to use for various Metal Clay projects. PMC 3 consists of 85% fine silver and 15% binder by weight. This variety of PMC shrinks 10-15% during the firing process. PMC3 results in 99.9% silver when fired. PMC 3 contains smaller particles, which means that it has a higher metal content and therefore shrinks less when fired. Try out PMC 3 for yourself and see how great it works. Can be fired as low at 1110F. Can be torch fired in 2 minutes. Final product is .999 f

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Metal Clay for Jewelry Makers: The Complete Technique Guide

  • Hardcover, 192 pages
  • Discover stunning ways to showcase silver and base metal clays in soft clay, paper, syringe and paste forms
  • Beautifully illustrated with more than 500 photographs
  • Includes instruction for basic and advanced metal clay techniques including; forming hinges, creating hollow beads, adding gemstones and glass, using patinas and more
Experience metal clay like never before.Going far beyond most other metal clay books currently available, Metal Clay for Jewelry Makers covers basics and much more. Inside, you'll explore a range of techniques including forming hinges and beads; working with paper clay; adding gemstones, glass, and ceramics; and syringing, burnishing, texturing, and using patinas.You'll discover stunningly showcased silver and base metal clays perfected in soft clay, paper, and paste forms. Sue also covers the m

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