Bronze metal clay is a malleable material that can be rolled, cut, shaped, molded, textured, sculpted or carved like polymer clay and then fired at high temperatures to create pure bronze metal jewelry, small sculptures, and other art.
The material is a mixture of microscopic metal particles (11% tin and 89% copper) held together with an organic binder and water. Most of the water evaporates as the clay dries. The binder and remaining water burn away or evaporate during firing, and what remains is pure bronze metal.
It contains 200 grams package.