I have done extensive testing on all brands of copper clay and have
found that, if they
Here is a link to instructions for firing COPPRclay for enameling:
The only thing that is not in the above artcile, is that I believe
the clay should be fired in a BRICK kiln, not an SC ceramic fiber
kiln. The reason for this is the carbon firings are very hard on the
ceramic muffle and will reduce the life span of your kiln.
Art Clay Copper has not been out very long, and I have only been
testing for a short time, however I am getting good results.
One of the advantages of the Art Clay Copper is the fact that it can
be fired on an open shelf. It doesn’t have to be fired in carbon.
Here is a link to my premliminary firing recommendations. These may
change some as my testing continues, but I believe they will work
well enough for now: http://www.pameast.net/library/accenamel
I hope this helps!