So far as a simple method of converting the price in silver to the
price in gold, check out the commercial folks (Stuller, Rio Grande,
etc.) who offer the same item in both metals. Do the math and
determine the multiplying factor between the items. That gives you a
ball park figure, which should cover the difference in metal costs.
Beyond that, you calculate your labor, which is most likely to be
about the same for gold as for silver. In my experience gold is
easier to work, so theprice for labor in silver should have a
cushion for your work in gold.
There is a “however” though. If you mess up the gold and have to
start overor buy more, your profit just went out the window. Do
learn how to handle gold first. There are some techniques that
Judy in Kansas, where the pleasant weather has lingered so that the
roses are blooming again. Such a treat. I fear that the change to
winter will be abrupt!