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Copper has a long history with artisans having formed magnificent jewelry thousands of years ago. In a modern version, copper metal clay can be formed like ceramic clay, then fired in a small kiln to create durable jewelry. It can be stamped, pressed into silicon molds, or impressed with natural or household objects to create unique patterns and designs. In the first session of this introductory class, you'll learn how to work with copper metal clay by making one or more pendants, earrings, and/or several bracelet charms with the clay we provide. Learn finishing techniques in the second session, completing your wearable creations!