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Precious Metal Clay: Creative Projects for the Beginner

by Peggy Linial

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Precious Metal Clay is a revolutionary new material developed in Japan. It contains microscopic particles of pure silver in a claylike substance. It can be rolled like cookie dough, cut with a cookie cutter, molded by hand or even thrown on a potters wheel. When fired the binder fires away and you are left with pure silver. This book contains over 30 easy projects from jewelry to embellished candles to decorated lampshades. There are also great party and gift ideas. Along with step by step projects, there is a section on finding your inspiration and developing your sense of creativity. This book contains a foreward by Tim McCreight, well known author, metalsmith, teacher and consultant for the manufacturer of PMC.

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