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PMC3 Deluxe Jewelry Clay Kit

$161.95 USD
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Item# 1045
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Product Features

  • Discover silver metal clay – easy to work with material shapes like clay than fires to 99.9% fine pure silver
  • Kit includes everything you need to fire, plus tools to easily create beautiful textures and perfect shapes
  • The Hot Pot perfectly fires PMC3 projects every time – no guessing!


Product Description

exclusive Create Fine Silver Jewelry Using Clay
Discover the creative possibilities of Precious Metal Clay. Shape it like a clay, and fire it to 99.9% pure silver. PMC3 fires at a low temperature, no kiln or torch is needed! A Delphi Exclusive!

Create intricate silver projects with a simple firing option, the Hot Pot. Kit includes everything you need to fire your pieces, plus PMC3 clay and tools to easily create beautiful textures and perfect shapes.

Kit Includes:

  • PMC3 clay (16 grams, post-fire)
  • Hot pot with fuel
  • Pattern cutters (set of 4, each 3/8")
  • Texture sheets (set of 12)
  • Stainless steel brush
  • Polishing block
  • Clay roller
  • Craft knife
  • Instructions

This kit was recently reviewed in Beadwork Magazine. Excerpt from the review is: "If you have always wanted to try working with Precious Metal Clay but are discouraged by the cost of the setup, get a hold of the PMC3 Deluxe Jewelry Clay Kit from Delphi. This kit comes with everything you need to make your very own PMC pieces. I had no PMC experience and quite honestly, was a bit overwhelmed when I started working with the kit. However, I found plenty of instruction and ideas on Delphi's website, and now I feel like a PMC pro!"

Earrings made by Mary Ann Devos. From "Introduction to Metal Clay" book #6289.

Step-By-Step: Firing metal clay with the Hot Pot
   
Metal Clay Step 1 Metal Clay Step 2 Metal Clay Step 3
1. Fill the terra cotta pot with fuel. 2. Place dried metal clay project onto wire grid. 3. Light with a long match. Once fuel burns out, polish project and enjoy!


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5 out of 5 stars
  •   super fun!
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Pros : Works great. PMC3 is pretty easy to use.
Cons : Lack of instructions
Other Thoughts : I didn't have any big flames or cracks. This is a fun kit for beginners but you should get some tips and pointers before you dive in.
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5 out of 5 stars
  •   Great starter kit
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Pros : Very easy to set up, hot pot is great!
Cons : It doesn't come with a how to work with pmc3 book.. so, do your research. I lost a lot of pmc3 just trying to figure the little things out.
Other Thoughts : All in all this is a good buy. Well worth the money. Just read up on tips on how to handle pmc3 if you don't know already.
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5 out of 5 stars
  •   Nice intro kit!
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Pros : Complete basic tool kit to make jewelry within a couple of hours. Everything you need to try out this exciting craft, including instructions for a matching pendant and earrings set. Within a couple of hours (most of that just playing with modeling clay for ideas) I had a new pendant necklace...great for gifts! You can probably create a unique hand made piece of silver jewelry nearly as fast as going to the store and buying it!
Cons : There were a couple of things listed in the instructions that came with other kits, but nothing that would stop you (e.g. guides to achieve proper thickness of clay, paintbrush). My hot pot did crack on the first fire but the instructions said this is OK. There was a pretty big flame out of this hot pot (6-7" higher than pot). Be very careful where you decide to use it. I will probably only fire this outside in the future. Even if nothing is nearby, it is a bit of a worry.
Other Thoughts : Definitely invest in some modeling clay to play around with first. Remember to cover the plastic patterns with a bit of cooking oil - in fact I think the patterns may not work without doing this (from experience!). The fire screen requires some bending and I ended up getting quite a cut from doing this. It seemed very easy so I didn't think! :) Some utility gloves would be good to wear at that point.
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