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Judi R
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Silver Art Clay

Postby Judi R » Tue Apr 01, 2003 3:00 pm

Does anyone out there know of a good source for silver art clay? There's a low-temp version that fuses at glass-fusing temps - but I'm finding all sources to be around the same price, $14 - $19 for 10 gr. Any ideas? :?:

dee
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Re: Silver Art Clay

Postby dee » Tue Apr 01, 2003 3:41 pm

jjrentschler wrote:Does anyone out there know of a good source for silver art clay? There's a low-temp version that fuses at glass-fusing temps - but I'm finding all sources to be around the same price, $14 - $19 for 10 gr. Any ideas? :?:


it's expensive stuff - pmc 3 fires at the lowest temp and pmc + is lower than the original if i remember correctly, try aaproducts.com, so far i have found they have the best pricing on this stuff....

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KatyPattison
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Postby KatyPattison » Tue Apr 01, 2003 4:11 pm

Have you tried http://www.artclayworld.com? They have a store and you can purchase all their products on line.

I still like ACS more than PMC for glass because it still shrinks less than their PMC (3 or + I can't remember which is the equivalent). Personal preference only.

Katy


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