The Ancient Art of Keum-Boo with Pam East
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.
Join master artist, Pam East, and learn how to incorporate this skill into your jewelry making.
- 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
Included with the video download, a PDF filled with photos, notes and all the resources you need to get started.
The full recording and a PDF handout of resources and links is included.
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