Hidden pearl - tutorial

Hidden pearl - tutorial


price: 14 € / 15 $
Difficulty level:
Type of a project:
Metal clay
File type:
Illustrated pdf file
Half drilled pearl / other stone


I am delighted to present „Hidden pearl” pendant as my second tutorial. This project is much more complicated than my first tutorial - „Frozen leaves” earrings. I recommend it to those who have already worked with metal clay technique, or ambitious beginners.
Pendant "Hidden pearl" is a very interesting, romantic design, for those who want to learn creating floral ornaments and building slender, spatial forms.
Being quite advanced this tutorial doesn't present basics of working with metal clay (for example checking clay consistency, maintaining clay moisture, drying etc.). This information may be found in "Fingerpring of Love" and "Frozen leaves" tutorial, which I highly recommend for beginners.

Instructions are very detailed with a lot of good quality photos.
Number of steps: 74
File size: 1,835 MB
Page count: 28

What do you need:

-Art Clay Silver/PMC 15 g, block form
-Art Clay Silver paste, 2 g
-Scalpel or a sharp knife
-Playing cards, or graduated slats
-Fine file
-Preferably a metal clay kiln, but a gas torchor a gas stove will do too.
-Polishing brush (steel or brass)
-Cutting and round pliers
-10 cm of fine silver wire
-Half drilled pearl or another stone (it can be drilled through)
-Oxidizing agent (if you want to blacken your piece)
-Piece of paper,pen/pencil, scissors
-Good quality glue
-Roller (a piece of a PCV pipe, a deodorant, a candle etc.)
-Olive oil/olive oil cream
-Thin drill
-Cylindric container left after a cream/face powder/jam
-Sheet of fine sandpaper

This tutorial is in PDF format. Printer friendly version available on request. The tutorial will be sent to an email address, provided while placing the order.

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