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Bronz ClayBronzClay™

Bronze Metal Clay

Rio Grande

Reviewed by Maria Nerius for

BronzClay is a clay medium that once fired or baked leaves a bronze creation. Used by jewelry makers, artists, and sculptors, it can be used to create large and small pieces. CopprClay is also available. BronzClay is made up of 11% tin, 89% copper, water, and non-toxic binding materials. The binding materials vaporize completely during the kiln firing process leaving a solid bronze piece with a density 90% that of cast bronze. You use the tools you use for any clay project including rolling tubes, needle tool, toothpicks, razor or craft knife, texture plates, tweezers, files, and other shaping tools. There are specific instructions for firing a piece includes on the BronzClay website.

Testing Feedback

  • Very easy to use, shape, and manipulate. Worked very well with texture plates and we also used rubber stamps to stamp patterns onto the clay.
  • Instructions on website were well written and illustrated.
  • You ended up with a very nice finished piece… and in bronze!
  • Very new and trendy. Before this your only option was silver.


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I could imagine making beautiful pendants for jewelry with this!

would really love to try my hand at making my own beads from clay. This would be perfect.

would really love to try my hand at making my own beads from clay. This would be perfect.


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