Irina Vasilieva: EZ960™ Sterling Ring & Earrings

Written by Diane Rein

alexanderkraft3

We are continuing to receive beautiful photos from artists using EZ960™ Sterling.  Irina Vasilieva, metal clay artist from Russia created this beautiful ring and earring set. The earrings were fired at 1724°F/940°C for 15 minutes and the ring was fired at 1700°F/927°C for 1 hour. The stone is a crystal of the polychrome tourmaline – 8mm in length.

EZ960 is a great, all purpose metal clay with excellent working properties. Because the clay is a sterling silver alloy, one of its best attributes is its post firing strength, in comparison to fine silver. This inherent strength makes EZ960 the perfect choice for jewelry that takes lots of abuse, such as rings and bracelets. For more information on this product, download the EZ960 Sterling Instruction and Firing Guide.

alexanderkraft1alexanderkraft2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

IRINA VASILIEVA EXCLUSIVE JEWELRY

 

Irina is a professional artist and jeweler. Certified instructor of the Russian branch of the International School ArtClay World, a member of the Creative Union of Russian Artists (TSHR) and the Moscow Union of creative youth (ICTM).

Check out Irina’s website: http://www.irinajewelry.ru/

Leave a Reply

October 27, 2016

Posted In: Product Spotlight

Leave a Comment