The Ancient Art of Keum-Boo with Pam East

$39.95

Join master artist, Pam East, and learn how to incorporate this skill into your jewelry making.

Instructor: Pam East
Duration: 65 minutes

About this class

About this class

Join master artist, Pam East, and learn how to incorporate this skill into your jewelry making.

Add rich accents of of gold to your fine silver jewelry using Keum-boo, the art of attaching gold foil to fine silver. It’s quick and easy, and gives your work a new level of sophistication. Keum-boo is a great technique to add to your jewelry making skill set.

Keum-boo is a diffusion bonding process. Gold and silver are infinitely soluble into each other. When you apply heat and pressure, the molecules of metal diffuse into each other creating a permanent bond that will not chip or peel.

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Bonus

Included with the video download, a PDF filled with photos, notes and all the resources you need to get started.

Additional details

  • prepping metal
  • cutting gold foil?
  • adhering gold foil to silver
  • ?patina choices
  • final polishing techniques
  • .999 Fine Silver
  • 24K gold Foil, Heavy Weight
  • Ultralite Kiln and accessories ?Agate Burnishers?Bent nose tweezers
  • Fine tip bent nose tweezers
  • Brass Brush
  • Small Scissors
  • Tracing Paper
  • NoName Patina Prep
  • Gosiba Patina

Description

Join master artist, Pam East, and learn how to incorporate this skill into your jewelry making.

Add rich accents of of gold to your fine silver jewelry using Keum-boo, the art of attaching gold foil to fine silver. It’s quick and easy, and gives your work a new level of sophistication. Keum-boo is a great technique to add to your jewelry making skill set.

Keum-boo is a diffusion bonding process. Gold and silver are infinitely soluble into each other. When you apply heat and pressure, the molecules of metal diffuse into each other creating a permanent bond that will not chip or peel.

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