Creating Elegant Cuffs from EZ960 Sterling Silver Metal Clay
Join Lis-el Crowley, founder, and director of the Metal Clay Artisan Guild in CT and creator and organizer of the Metal Clay Mojo Conference, and learn how to make these elegant cuffs from EZ960 sterling silver metal clay.
One of the most exciting new developments in metal clay is EZ960, an open shelf fired clay made of 96 percent silver and 4 percent copper. This clay combines the ease of firing like fine silver clay but with the added strength of sterling silver.
Lis-el will show you step-by-step how to create strong and durable cuffs that can be fired flat and then shaped after firing allowing for endless artistic freedom in creating a cuff design.
Lis-el will also reveal the best working and firing practices for this clay, as well as post-firing finishing and forming techniques.
**Plus** Ms. Crowley will cover creating bezels for focal piece stones using a unique template system that gives perfect bezel results every time.
From elegant art nouveau styled designs to classic simple forms and everything in between, you will be able to create a cuff that is true to your creative vision.
Don’t miss this special presentation!
The full recording and a PDF handout of resources and links is included.
No experience necessary.
We are deeply saddened at the passing of Lis-el Crowley, and we keep her spirit alive by offering her videos to students around the world for the opportunity to learn from a true master.
“Creating and teaching is at the core of just about everything that I do, I find inspiration everywhere and enjoy the camaraderie and community that is built when people of like minds and spirits gather together.”
- cuff sizing
- coil rolling
- using bezel templates
- stone setting
- sanding and finishing
- firing tips
- adding patina
- EZ960 Sterling Silver Metal Clay
- work surface
- cool slip
- coil roller
- Stone setting template
- faceted cubic zirconia
- thickness frames
- Water and brush
- needle pick
- Clear work card with grid taped to bottom
- Sanding pad, tray and dust brush
- clay hydrator (optional)
- texture sheet of choice
- rolling Pin
Included with the video download, a PDF filled with photos, notes and all the resources you need to get started.
Please note: PDF is not a stand-alone instructional booklet.