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Thursday, September 26, 2013

Book Lockets and Hinged Boxes


A finished book with mica

What I'm working on now

8 comments:

  1. Wow, you do such great work! Do you make your own chains too?

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  2. Thanks for your comments. I make some of the chains and sometimes use commercial chain but cut it up and put different styles and types together.

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  3. They're so unique, just like the work you do! It's very inspiring, thank you for sharing!

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  4. Hi Celie, I'm looking to buy a kiln for all types of pmc, I was hoping to get your opinion and possibly the type you use? This would be much appreciated!!

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  5. Hey there!
    Wonderful to see this!
    Could one use the PMC +, in place of the PMC3 to enrich the sterling?

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  6. Hi Melanie, Although PMC+ is my favorite of the fine silver clays, mixing it with PMC Sterling would sort of defeat the purpose of the new alloy; that purpose being to get a clay that's stronger than the strongest f/s PMC, and one that fires in air w/o carbon. PMC+ is quite a bit less strong than PMC3. I much prefer the way Plus handles but 960 is an improvement over PMC3 (if that helps!). Best, Celie

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  7. Hey there!
    Wonderful to see this!
    Could one use the PMC +, in place of the PMC3 to enrich the sterling?

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