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PMC Flex PMC Flex - Silver Precious Metal Clay

PMC Flex - Precious Metal Clay



PMC Flex has been specifically formulated to provide the jewelry artist with an extended working time.

PMC 3 - Silver Metal Clay PMC 3 - Silver Metal Clay

Lump form - .999 fine silver after firing

PMC Plus - Silver Metal Clay PMC Plus - Silver Metal Clay

PMC Plus


Lump form - .999 fine silver after firing.

PMC Sterling - Silver Metal Clay PMC Sterling - Silver Metal Clay

PMC Sterling is sterling silver in clay form.

Art Clay Silver 950 Clay Art Clay™ Silver 950 Clay

Art Clay Silver 950 Clay

Art Clay silver 950 comes in a pre-mixed clay form, ready to use. This product is 90% Silver and Copper alloy and 10% binder and water.
The surface hardness and bending strength of ACS 950 is approximately 60% sgtronger than regular Art Clay Silver. The finished silver surface is more resistant to scratches which is more suitable for rings and cuffs.

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Metal clays are water based and will dry over time. Store in our Clay Hydrator to extend the life of your clay.
It is necessary to always dry your pieces completely before firing. The surface of fired pieces will be white and matte due to the crystallization of the silver during firing


Click on our "TechSpecs" section for firing instructions and additional information.

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

PMC Sterling is sterling silver in clay form.

Art Clay™ Silver Clay Art Clay™ Silver Clay

Art Clay Silver Clay


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Metal clays are water based and will dry over time. Store in our Clay Hydrator to extend the life of your clay.
It is necessary to always dry your pieces completely before firing. The surface of fired pieces will be white and matte due to the crystallization of the silver during firing.

Watch Pam East's video below using ArtClay Silver.

Check out the "TechSpecs" section below for firing instructions and additional information.

Art Clay™ Silver Clay Syringe Art Clay™ Silver Clay Syringe

Art Clay Silver Clay Syringe

Apply fine details, fill cracks, close seams, add piping and to attach findings to wet or dry clay.

.999 Aussie Silver Clay .999 Aussie Silver Clay

.999 Aussie Silver Clay

Firing Properties

  • For kiln firing only
  • Can be fired in both the brick and the muffle kilns
  • Works with either a single or a 2 stage firing schedule
  • Base metals fire in activated Coconut Carbon
  • Fire multiple colors at the same temperature
  • Clay Types

  • Clay options: Standard and Super Flex
  • Clay type: Silver
  • Firing Schedule

    Shrinkage: Between 10 & 12%

    .999 Aussie Silver Clay Super Flex .999 Aussie Silver Clay Super Flex

    .999 Aussie Silver Clay Super Flex

    Firing Properties

  • For kiln firing only
  • Can be fired in both the brick and the muffle kilns
  • Works with either a single or a 2 stage firing schedule
  • Base metals fire in activated Coconut Carbon
  • Fire multiple colors at the same temperature
  • Clay Types

  • Clay options: Standard and Super Flex
  • Clay type: Silver
  • Firing Schedule

    Fire as a part of a 2 fire schedule. Fire in a kiln. Fire in activated coconut carbon. Please remember this firing schedule is based on a cold kiln and thickness of the piece is also something you need to work out. If a piece is any thicker than about 6mm thick you may need extra time due to the thickness of the piece.

    Rehydrating Aussie Metal Clay Make sure you use DISTILLED WATER as it hydrates the clay better than ordinary water. Keep any moist clay in a sealed container so it doesn’t dry out.

    Normal Open shelf firing for Aussie .999 Silver & Aussie .960 Silver
    1 fire – place your pieces on an open kiln shelf in your kiln, You may like to sit them on a kiln paper or a firing blanket, but not necessary. From a cold kiln ramp to 1000 degrees Celsius & hold at 800 – 815 degrees Celsius (depending on your kiln heat). Hold time of 1 to 1.5 hours & let cool. Remove your pieces from the kiln once cool and your pieces are ready to brass brush, tumble & polish.
    Firing with CZs
    1st Fire Settings:
    Set pieces on a bed of activated coconut carbon at a depth of approx. 10-12mm under pieces. If you would like you can also lay your pieces on a kiln paper or a fire blanket. Ramp at 1000 degrees Celsius to 400 degrees Celsius. Hold for 30 to 60 minutes for complete burnout of organic binder. Let cool, we don’t quench in water.

    2nd Fire:
    Once cool, you cover your pieces with activated coconut carbon so that each piece is covered by about 12mm and fire for the second time. Ramping to 1000 degrees Celsius & hold at 800 – 815 degrees Celsius (depending on your kiln heat). Hold time of 1 to 1.5 hours & let cool. Remove your pieces from the activated coconut once cool and your pieces are ready to brass brush, tumble & polish.

    Shrinkage: Between 12 & 15%

    .960 Aussie Silver Clay .960 Aussie Silver Clay

    .960 Aussie Silver Clay

    .960 Aussie Silver Clay Super Flex .960 Aussie Silver Clay Super Flex

    .960 Aussie Silver Clay Super Flex

    .999 Aussie Silver Clay - Lump Form .999 Aussie Silver Clay - Lump Form

    .999 Aussie Silver Clay - Lump Form

    Firing Properties

  • For kiln firing only
  • Can be fired in both the brick and the muffle kilns
  • Works with either a single or a 2 stage firing schedule
  • Base metals fire in activated Coconut Carbon
  • Fire multiple colors at the same temperature
  • Clay Types

  • Clay comes in Super Flex only
  • Clay type: Silver
  • Firing Schedule

    Fire as a part of a 2 fire schedule. Fire in a kiln. Fire in activated coconut carbon. Please remember this firing schedule is based on a cold kiln and thickness of the piece is also something you need to work out. If a piece is any thicker than about 6mm thick you may need extra time due to the thickness of the piece.

    Rehydrating Aussie Metal Clay Make sure you use DISTILLED WATER as it hydrates the clay better than ordinary water. Keep any moist clay in a sealed container so it doesn’t dry out.

    Normal Open shelf firing for Aussie .999 Silver & Aussie .960 Silver
    1 fire – place your pieces on an open kiln shelf in your kiln, You may like to sit them on a kiln paper or a firing blanket, but not necessary. From a cold kiln ramp to 1000 degrees Celsius & hold at 800 – 815 degrees Celsius (depending on your kiln heat). Hold time of 1 to 1.5 hours & let cool. Remove your pieces from the kiln once cool and your pieces are ready to brass brush, tumble & polish.
    Firing with CZs
    1st Fire Settings:
    Set pieces on a bed of activated coconut carbon at a depth of approx. 10-12mm under pieces. If you would like you can also lay your pieces on a kiln paper or a fire blanket. Ramp at 1000 degrees Celsius to 400 degrees Celsius. Hold for 30 to 60 minutes for complete burnout of organic binder. Let cool, we don’t quench in water.

    2nd Fire:
    Once cool, you cover your pieces with activated coconut carbon so that each piece is covered by about 12mm and fire for the second time. Ramping to 1000 degrees Celsius & hold at 800 – 815 degrees Celsius (depending on your kiln heat). Hold time of 1 to 1.5 hours & let cool. Remove your pieces from the activated coconut once cool and your pieces are ready to brass brush, tumble & polish.

    Shrinkage: Between 10 & 12%

    .960 Aussie Silver Clay - Lump Form .960 Aussie Silver Clay - Lump Form

    .960 Aussie Silver Clay - Lump Form

    PMC Flex PMC Flex - Silver Precious Metal Clay

    PMC Flex - Precious Metal Clay



    PMC Flex has been specifically formulated to provide the jewelry artist with an extended working time.

    PMC Plus - Silver Metal Clay PMC Plus - Silver Metal Clay

    PMC Plus


    Lump form - .999 fine silver after firing.

    PMC 3 - Silver Metal Clay PMC 3 - Silver Metal Clay

    PMC 3

    Lump form - .999 fine silver after firing

    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.

    Clay Syringe Clay Syringe

    Clay Syringe

    Empty syringe with plunger and twist-on cap/cover to use with your favorite metal clay. Add distilled water to metal clay and fill to make your own clay syringes. Syringe tips not included. Fits all standard luer lock tips.

    Price: $3.00
    PMC Sheet Square - 5 gram sheet PMC Sheet - 5 gram - Silver Metal Clay - 6cm x 6cm Precious Metal Clay

    Sheet form - .999 silver after firing.

    Price: $15.00
    PMC Sheet Long - 5 gram PMC Sheet - 5 gram - Silver Metal Clay - 3cm x 12cm

    PMC Sheet - 5 gm

    PMC sheet is 85% fine silver and 15% binder by weight. This variety shrinks 12-15% during firing. The metal particles in this version are smaller than those in PMC Original, which allows higher metal content and therefore less shrinkage.
    Click on the "TechSpecs" tab above for firing instructions and additional information.



    Price: $15.10
    PMC 3 Syringe - 9 gram Precious Metal Silver Clay PMC 3 Silver Syringe - 9 gram - Precious Metal Clay

    PMC 3 Syringe - 9 gm

    form - .999 fine silver after This PMC3 slip/paste comes ready to use in a convenient applicator syringe, saving you the time of having to thin out clay yourself. Ideal for repairs, connecting clay parts and adding details to your designs. You can also embed findings with confidence--firing at a low temperature means they won’t be heat-damaged. PMC3 is suitable for torch-firing as well as kiln-firing.

    Click on the "TechSpecs" tab above for firing instructions and additional informaiton.


    Price: $17.40
    Art Clay Silver - Paste 10 gram Art Clay™ Silver Paste 10 gram

    Art Clay Silver Paste - 10 gm

    This silver metal clay is perfect for use with glass, sterling silver and settings.

    Click the "TecSpecs" tab above for firing instructions and additional details.

    Price: $21.50
    Art Clay Silver Paper 10 gram Art Clay™ Silver Paper 10 gram

    Art Clay Silver Paper - 10 gm

    .999 Fine Silver

    You can easily fold, bend, punch or cut shapes with a pair of scissors or paper punches just like you do with regular paper materials. You can apply techniques from origami, paper crafting, fabric and leather crafting. Add syringe or use punchings on lump clay projects.

    Click on our "TechSpecs" tab for firing instructions and additional information.

    Price: $27.50
    PMC 3 Paste - 15g Precious Metal Clay Silver PMC 3 Paste - 15 gram jar - Silver Metal Clay

    PMC3 Paste


    PMC3™ slip (paste) comes ready to use, saving you the time of having to thin out clay yourself. Ideal for repairs, connecting clay parts and adding details to your designs. When fired at 1650° for two hours, PMC3 is the strongest fine silver metal clay available. It has a finer, smoother composition that’s easy to work with and manipulate. You can also embed findings with confidence--firing at a low temperature means they won’t be heat-damaged. PMC3 is suitable for torch-firing as well as kiln-firing.

    Click on the "TechSpecs" tab above for firing instructions and additional information.

    Price: $31.55
    ACS 650 PASTE - Low Fire 20g Art Clay™ Silver Paste - 20 gram

    Art Clay Silver Paste - 10 gm

    This silver metal clay is perfect for use with glass, sterling silver and settings. Add texture, fill cracks and mends seams with this versatile paste.

    Click on our "TechSpecs" tab above for firing instructions and additional information.

    Price: $39.55