Basic type that you can fire as low as 650 Deg.C up to 800 Deg.C. The most popular type among all Art Clay series.
The best choice to make a gift or a work for display because it tarnishes 10 times slower than basic type Art Clay Silver.
It is formulated for professional use. Silver 950 alloy metal clay gives approx. 60% stronger than basic type Art Clay Silver after firing. The strength gives more resistant to scratches, and more design options for delicate works. It has unique appearance with darker silver and heavier look. Purity after firing is Silver 950.
It can be fired in an electric kiln with or without using carbon, with the resulting fired piece being more than 99.5% pure Copper. (The percentage of copper in the clay state is 90%.)
Art Clay Silver Paper Type Series can be bent, folded, or quilled easily like Japanese Origami. By simply using a craft punch, scissors, cutter or quilling bar, you can create 3D structures easily in a consistent thickness.
It is specifically formulated to bond to non-porous or glazed surfaces such as ceramic, porcelain, and glass. You can enjoy Silver Overlay drawing on those base materials.
It is a water-based gold clay that can be modeled in the same way as Clay Type of other Art Clay series products. It turns into high quality 22-Karat gold with approx. 15% shrinkage after firing.
It comes in a viscous liquid form. You can add texture or draw directly on the surface of Art Clay Silver (fired piece), ceramic, porcelain and/or glass. 77.5% of the indicated weight is 24-Karat gold, and will become 22-Karat gold after firing.
Art Clay Bronze can be fired and its alloy powder fuses together in an electric kiln using carbon under reducing atmosphere, with the resulting fired piece being solid alloy (Copper 90%, Tin 10%). The percentage of alloy powder in Art Clay Bronze in the clay state is 90%.