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PMC One-Fire Sterling - Silver Metal Clay PMC One-Fire Sterling - Silver Metal Clay

PMC One-Fire Sterling

PMC Sterling is sterling silver in clay form.

This OneFire Sterling PMC™ is ideal for more delicate designs and for pieces that just have to have the added strength. In addition, you can solder on your fired pieces with any grade of silver solder, and they are suitable for enameling, keum-boo, stone-setting, and even plating, if desired. Check out our Gemstone Firing Guide for details on firing a specific stone.

Shrinkage - 15-20%

Set stones using traditional setting tools and techniques, solder, drill, rivet and form, sand, file, etc.

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Metal Magic Sterling 960 Silver Clay - 25 gm

This new formula of sterling silver metal clay fires to .960 sterling silver. It features a really long working time. You will be amazed at how it picks up the smallest of details. The shrinkage rate of approximately 25% allows for even more detail in final piece. This formula provides extra strength for durablity of piece and finish. You cannot torch fire but if you have a kiln your going to love this clay.

Simple Firing Instructions:
1.Dry on hotplate or toaster oven(max 250f/120c). Air drying overnight will minmize curling.
2. Fire at 1600f/871c for 60 to 90 minutes( 2hrs is fine as well). Allow to cool to 250f before removing from kiln.

Tips:

  • Extremely thin pieces are better air dried to minimize curling
  • Wrap unused clay well in saran wrap and store in clay keeper or refrigerator.

  • Price: $35.55
    PMC Sterling - Silver Metal Clay PMC Sterling .925 - Silver Metal Clay

    PMC Sterling is sterling silver in clay form.

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    Metal Magic Sterling Silver Clay

    form. Final product is .925 sterling silver

    This product has a shrinkage rate of approximately 25%, which allows for more detail in the final piece. Any object like cubic zirconia, lab created gemstones or findings can be fired in place as long as they can withstand the kiln firing temperature of 1500°F degrees for 30 to 60 minutes. This form is excellent for highlighting details and texture. The shrink factor can be used as a design device to scale down larger forms or enhance details.