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Camera SAMSUNG ST200 / ST200F / ST201 / ST201F / ST205F
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Kiln-Fired Silver Metal Clay taught by Cindy Pankopf

Learn to shape, fire and finish silver metal clay into ornate, one-of-a-kind jewelry pieces, including earrings, pendants and beads.

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Category Jewelry
Type Pendant
Style Casual, Whimsical
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Who is this project for? Women, Girls

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What materials did you use? I used PMC3, PMC3 syringe, 90 C.O.E. dichroic glass donut, various tools and a kiln. I have not added a patina yet. I want to live with it for awhile and decide what kind of patina I want to choose. There is a tiny bit of clouding you can see in the lower right of the photo. My kiln doesn't have a vent which might be the cause of this clouding. The kiln does have a very small peep hole on the front. It didn't occur to me that I might open that, which might have helped. Luckily, the clouding is faint and small. In fact it's much smaller and fainter than it seems to be in the photo.

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What are you most proud of? This is my first try at making a piece with glass in it. I feel good about it. I have worn it out and have received a lot of compliments on it. So, from now on, I will be confident to do more pieces with glass.

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? Just follow Cindy's instruction. She really knows what she is doing and teaches us everything we need to be successful.

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Very nice! Thanks for posting your projects. I'm so glad you like the glass piece.

05/18/2014 Flag

Really nice work. :)

07/04/2014 Flag

Great Job! Love your dichroic

05/20/2015 Flag

Thanks so much!

06/04/2015 Flag