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Metal Clay Starter Kit For Kiln Owners

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Product Features

  • Get more out of your kiln - Use it to create metal jewelry
  • Can even combine with fused glass for amazing effects!
  • Kit includes everything you need to get started except the kiln


Product Description

Do More with Your Kiln! Create Dichroic Glass and Silver Jewelry
If you've already got a kiln, you are able to fire even the most intricate and advanced silver metal clay projects. Discover the gorgeous possibilities of firing glass and metal clay together. By customer request, Delphi's certified metal clay instructors have created a kit that gives you everything to get started, including metal clay, glass, tools and instruction - all at a discounted price.

Pendants created by Delphi artist Melanie Churchill. Ring project from "Making Silver Overlay Jewelry with Glass and Porcelain" book #70520.

Includes:

  • 6" Curved Tweezers
  • Stainless Steel Brush
  • Polishing Block
  • Detail Brush
  • Clay Roller
  • Craft Knife
  • Wipe Out Tool
  • Pocket Drill
  • Agate Burnisher
  • 5-1/2" Square Kiln Shelf
  • 16g PMC3 Clay
  • The Art of Metal Clay Book with DVD

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Pros : Tool kit and book are great.
Cons : The Art Clay was dry and hard to work with.
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