Architectural Ring from White Satin

This is the first architectural ring I have made from White Satin. Fired at 1680°F (brick kiln) for 2 hours (no pre-firing), it came out without a crack. No repair whatsoever. The natural sapphire set in it retained its original color.

Here are some photos showing the ring from different angles:

Architectural Ring

Architectural Ring

Architectural Ring

Architectural Ring

In response to the the many questions that we have been getting, here is the MSDS for White Satin.

To see people’s testimonials about White Satin please visit the Hadar’s Clay Support Forum.

Stay tuned: on the weekend we are about to release new products: Dark Champagne Bronze, Friendly Rose Bronze, Friendly Bronze, and the Mokume-gane sampler. All one-fire clays. There will be two separate postings for these clays.


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