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Silver Metal Clay

Basic tools needed to work with precious metal clay

I recently took a PMC (precious metal clay) class. It was not my first experience with the medium and it will not be my last. I have begun collecting tools and supplies to be able to work with this medium on my own. In doing so, I have begun a list of the tools and supplies I like the most and the reasons why.


Introduction to working with precious metal clay

PMC is short for precious metal clay. Basically, it is a clay medium that has silver particles suspended within its make up. You can mold it and shape it into jewelry pieces as well as other applications. These applications seem to be only limited by your creativity. Be warned, it does dry out quickly and there is a bit of a learning curve to work with the clay because of it’s drying.



Non-traditional ideas to add color to silver metal jewelry.
Here is a list of kitchen items that could be useful for metal clay jewelry making.
Everyone has their favorites, here is a list of the PMC tools I find most important.
An art medium that combines traditional ceramics and jewelry making techniques in a unique way.

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