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Cuff Bracelet in Silver Class


Lana Stamper

Saturday, Nov 30, 2019 10:00 am - 5:00 pm


Come spend time exploring the unlimited potential of metal clay and create a cuff bracelet. You will learn how to roll, texture, and cut the fine silver metal clay and then fire it. You will shape the cuff & then finish/polish the piece to bring out the shine. At the end of the class you will be wearing your piece! All supplies included! Level: Beginners and those wanting to refresh their skills are welcome.


NO EXPERIENCE NEEDED. Class Size: Minimum 4; Maximum 8 Materials: Clay and tools will be supplied.


What is Metal Clay? Metal Clay was created in the early 1990’s in Japan for the purpose of using reclaimed silver. It consists of microscopic particles of silver suspended in an organic binder, making it similar to modeling clay. It can be molded, textured, and shaped using simple and inexpensive tools to create jewelry that would be unattainable with traditional metal work techniques. When heated by torch or kiln, the organic binder burns away and the metal particles sinter (fuse), forming solid metal that can now be treated as you would traditional silver.


50% deposit due upon registration, refundable up to ten days before start of class. Half the deposit is refundable nine to five days before class, deposit is forfeited for cancellations four or fewer days before start of class.

Cuff Bracelet in Silver Class - Saturday, November 30, 2019 - 10-5pm