PMC Precious Metal Clay Jewelry Silver Mini Pot Starter Kit, with Tools & Instructions, for Making Silver Rings and Pendants
Start making rings, pendants and other cool jewellery with this awesome PMC kiln kit. Perfect for all kinds of silver clay creations using PMC3 or PMC+!
You're looking at a brand new Silver Mini Pot Starter Kit that has all you need to make silver jewellery and rings.
Make your own engagement or wedding ring!
Silver clay is pure silver suspended in a clay binder, when heated under flame the clay is simply burnt away, leaving pure silver in the shape it was moulded in prior to firing. Limiting your creation only by your imagination.
This incredible kit comes complete with illustrated instructions, finger measurer, polishing brush, abrasive polishers, stylus, tweezers, file, liver of sulphur (for darkening silver), and grating. It even has a kiln with fuel tablet and easy to follow instructions on DVD!
This kit can be used over and over again to make jewellery for fun, profit or that special someone. Please note that the DVD, while mostly in Japanese, relies almost entirely on visual instruction and is easy to follow by a non-Japanese speaker.
An alternative to the fuel tablets would be 30 grams of gelled alcohol fuel placed in a heat proof container of similar dimensions to the foil containing the fuel tablet that comes with your kit. Should you use this method please ensure that the vessel you use to contain the gelled alcohol fuel can withstand the stresses of firing before using. Standard alcohol may be used instead of gelled alcohol fuel, however, in both cases, please ensure all care is taken to prevent spillage as this may constitute a fire hazard. Please note that this method is for informational purposes only, we cannot make any guarantees of any kind should you use this method.
Please be certain to exercise caution and follow all safety instructions as misuse can cause a fire hazard. Not suitable for children. PMC3 or PMC Flex is recommended for the kiln in this listing. A second firing session is recommended for large pieces, or to ensure the sintering of items that may not have been fully sintered during the initial firing session.