Precious Metal Clay molded, sculpted, & fired into .999 pure silver jewelry. Metal clay is a medium consisting of microscopic particles of metal such as silver, gold, bronze, or copper mixed with an organic binder and water for use in making jewelry, beads, and small sculptures. The art of using PMC clay began in Japan in 1990.
Deborah & Frank Brooks | Artists
At a young age Deborah's parents introduced crafts to their three children to create gifts. Deb began creating jewelry from metal clay in 1998 using PMC. Deb received her first PMC certification in 2012. She has won several awards for her jewelry designs and gallery exhibits. In her spare time Deb teaches others PMC techniques. As Deb began studying the process and techniques of PMC jewelry making, her husband, Frank became fond of and took over the creation of silverware jewelry.
Deborah and her husband, Frank also enjoy creating one of a kind jewelry uniquely created with silverware. All pieces are unique and cannot be reproduced - but can be made similar.