The melting point of fine silver is 1760 degrees so that's not a
problem. The only issue will be annealing of the wire. At 1110
degrees for PMC3, or even 1200 degrees for Art Clay 650 clay, the
wire will become soft and lose any resistance. After firing you can
work harden the bracelet by tumbling with stainless steel shot and
water for a couple of hours. I believe you can also fire harden the
silver at about 700 degrees F. for an hour or so, but others on this
site far more expert than I can speak to this.