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Speedfire Super Mini Kiln for Metal Clay

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Speedfire Super Mini Kiln for Metal Clay

Fires in less than 15 minutes! The SpeedFire SuperMini is ideal for fast firing and economical firing. This compact device is ideal for firing all low fire metal clay without fear of melting the projects. The SpeedFire SuperMini Kit comes complete with the SpeedFire SuperMini, stainless steel firing mesh, heavy duty stand, firing base and curved tweezers for handling fired pieces.

  • Fires in less than 15 minutes
  • Fires up to 40 grams of metal clay 7 cards thick
  • Portable - less than 2 pounds and 4" tall
  • Fires to 1550 F - safe against melting a creation
  • Firing area is about 2.5" square which is about 6 square inches
  • Full Tank firing time on high - about 30 minutes
  • Fuel consumption on high - 1 gram per minute
  • Uses standard Ronson and other brands of lighter fuel generally available
  • Firing cost is about 50 cents
  • Ideal for boiling PickleIt pickling blend

Metal Clay Gallery

Some nice work by Silver Clay Customers, friends and Employees.

Pendant by Marcia Glenn of Albuquerque

Pendant by Marcia Glenn of Albuquerque. Bezel made from Fine silver bezel wire imbedded in PMC3. 2007

River of Gold

River of Gold By Brant Palley 2004 Made from Art Clay silver paper, Art clay Slow dry and AGS 24K gold Size is 2 3/4" X 2" wide.

small raku vase with silver slipHere is a small ceramic Vase 2 1/4" tall (previously bisqued to 1920F or Cone 04) painted with silver slip (halfway up) then glazed with Laguna's R-15 Dark Red and fired to 1700F for 10 Min. 
 I then took it out of the hot kiln and put it in a sauce pot filled with shredded paper and covered it with it's lid.
The silver changes the color of the raku glaze. The silver was not perfectly smooth, don't try sanding it or the bisque shows through.


Both Sides Now" Keum-bo Lorrene J. Davis, LJDavis Designs.

cross by brant palley

Cross by Brant Palley Made with Art Clay Slow Dry Fired to 1600F for 10 minutes, lightly treated with liver of Sulphur which gave it a gold cast. Tumbled for 1 hour with steel shot. The center stone is a synthetic sapphire.


Lilies by Shahasp Valentine. © 2000 Shahasp Designs, San Francisco

pin with pearl

Pin designed by Jackie Truty from the Art Clay Certification class. Setting and pin back are fine silver- fired in place. Pearl is glued to a fine silver wire after firing. The mirror finish is achieved by sanding with the 3M sanding sheets. 10g Art Clay Silver. BP

PMC Original Basket

This was made of PMC Original in the first PMC Certification class. 35% shrinkage helped miniaturize the basket!

Ring made from Scotch bottle top

Ring made from pressing clay in the top of a scotch bottle lid. Aberlour Scotch i think.


Ring decorated by squirting on slip with the syringe, let it dry leather hard and press raised areas flat with your finger.

More to come?