It’s easy to create stunning silver jewellery pieces using precious metal clay. We stock the best-known metal clay brands, as well as a range of essential tools and accessories to help you bring your creations to life. You can buy silver clay from PMC and Art Clay, as well as bronze and copper clay, in syringe, sheet and paste forms – or, of course, as the classic, mouldable Art Clay Silver or PMC clay. You can rely on Cooksongold for all your precious metal clay supplies, so take a look through our product categories and start making!View all products in this range »
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Cooksongold is an official stockist of Art Clay Silver and PMC silver metal clay in the UK. Use either product to create silver clay jewellery made of real precious metal. We stock the most popular precious metal clay products from these top brands, such as PMC3 and PMC+, as well as new formula and standard Art Clay Silver in clay, syringe, paste and sheet form. You can also buy gold clay and sterling silver clay.
What is Silver Clay?
Precious metal clay brands like Art Clay and PMC are often called ‘silver clay’. This clay lets you easily mould or sculpt beautiful metal jewellery pieces than can be fired in a kiln. The resulting pieces are made of almost-pure metal. Silver clay jewellery making is a great way to make delicate, complex designs, without having to use complicated metalworking techniques. Precious metal clay is also available as other metals like bronze, copper and gold. There are several formulas available, like PMC+ and PMC3, as well as new formula Art Clay Silver. These different formulas have varying consistencies and firing temperatures, and will shrink by different amounts when fired.
What is Precious Metal Clay Made of?
Silver Art Clay and PMC clay are both made of a mixture of silver and an organic binding material. The binder gives the material a texture and suppleness just like traditional clay, so it can be worked with the hands or with standard clay tools. Other metal clays like copper and bronze clay are made in exactly the same way. When the precious metal clay is heated, the binder burns away, and the metal fuses together into the shape you moulded (with a little shrinkage).
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