by Kellie Rode. (Dallas, Tx) I am having fun using the bronze clay. I enjoy how during firing each piece changes, cracks, shrinks etc to make each a one-of-a-kind piece. I have clients who are collecting these pieces now and that brings me joy. Kellie Rode Kellie Rode Designs
Metal Clay Jewelry
Gallery of handmade metal clay jewelry creations.
by Marnie Ehlers. (Tucson, AZ) Hope and heart can change the world! Inspired by the quote from Mother Theresa, “If can’t feed a hundred people, then feed just one.” This piece is created from metal clay (PMC). The background on the front was textured using seeds to represent food to end childhood hunger and the […]
by Ingrid. (New Zealand) Recently I made two rings for myself. Both are made from Precious Metal Clay, the most amazing medium ever! The horses, nine all together, are individually shaped with silver lines from a syringe which are manipulated with a very fine paint brush to form the horse bodies. Once I am happy […]
by Kellie. (Dallas, Texas USA) After making wire wrapped and other types of earrings, I branched out and took a clay class. I love wire wrapping but needed to try something new. I fell in love with the process of thick clay transforming into beautiful jewelry components that look like gold. Somehow through the firing […]
by Karen Simmons-Milligan. (Seven Lakes, North Carolina USA) I love recycling and when I had the chance to purchase some sea glass I knew I would want to wrap it in precious metal clay (a recycled fine silver clay). I think the result is a great blend. Bottle tops are my favorite and picture one […]
by Lisa Holmes. (Indianapolis, Indiana USA) This pure silver healing heart pendant features a fractured heart on the mend hanging from a fine silver tree branch. Both the branch and heart are created from soft pliable silver precious metal clay, once it’s dried and fired the result is .999 fine silver. The heart has a […]