Accent Gold for Silver™ Instructions
These instructions are for Accent Gold for Silver™ (AGS2) only. Apply and fuse this smooth 24K gold paint to articles made from both fired and unfired silver clay, fine silver, sterling silver, and Argentium™ sterling silver.
Accent Rose Gold™ Application Instructions
These instructions are for Accent Rose Gold™ by Jewelry Material Innovations, a gold-base product used to apply layers of 18k rose-colored gold accents to jewelry articles. It can be used on articles made from cast and wrought sterling silver; PMC fine, sterling, and flex clay; and Art Clay silver. It is applied as a paste, dried, fired, and then provided with the desired finish.
Accent Silver™ Application Instructions
These instructions are for Accent Silver™ by Jewelry Material Innovations, a silver-alloy slip used to apply silver layers to copper, bronze and brass metals.
Art Clay Gold Paste Instructions
These instructions are to be used in addition to the instruction sheet enclosed within the Art Clay Gold Paste packaging. This paste was designed to overlay over glass, porcelain and glazed ceramics.
These instructions are for Clay-Bond™, a silver-containing product used for joining bronze, copper, andbrass articles, whether they have been formed from metal clay or stamped sheet.
Fuse Accent Gold™ for Silver™ & Sterling Instructions
These instructions are for Accent Gold for Silver™ (or AGS), a pure 24K gold product that is applied like a paint to prepared sterling silver and is permanently fused to the surface with a torch or in a jewelry kiln.
Jett Basic™ Plastic Vice Fixturing Compound Instructions
These instructions are for Jett Basic, a unique, easy-to-use compound formulated from an advanced thermoplastic material. It is a plastic vice and fixturing compound used for holding parts, custom grips, mold and form making, etc.
Liver of Sulfur Instructions
These instructions show how to use Liver of Sulfur to oxidize fine silver, sterling silver and copper-bearing metals.
No-Flake Firing Box Instructions
Instructions on how to use our No-Flake Firing Foil to create a custom sized firing box that won't flake in the kiln. No-Flake Firing Foil is a special alloy that does not spall at extreme temperatures, so your kiln stays clean and lasts longer.
Metal Clay Ring Sizer Instructions
Instructions for using our Metal Clay Ring Sizer pellets that are placed inside rings to constrain the metal clay to US ring sizes during firing.
Kiln Comparison Guide
There are many small table top jewelry kiln models to choose from and a wide range of prices. To figure out which kiln is best for your studio, first decide what projects you want to use it for.
Then download our Kiln Comparison chart below. The fire capabilities chart shows you what each kiln model is capable of firing so you can quickly narrow your choices. The model comparison chart shows every detail about each kiln laid out in an easy to read grid.
EZ960® Sterling Overview & Firing Guide
EZ960 Sterling Overview & Firing Guide
EZ960 is a great, all purpose metal clay with excellent working properties. Because the clay is a sterling silver alloy, one of its best attributes is its post firing strength, in comparison to fine silver.
This inherent strength makes EZ960 the perfect choice for jewelry that takes lots of abuse, such as rings and bracelets.
It is also great for jewelry with findings and components such as bails, hinges and clasps, as well as delicate pieces that
would benefit from the strength of sterling silver.
Note: For firing in all types of carbon ie coal, coconut and magic, fire in a vented container at 1590F for 3-4 hours.