Reproduction Jewelry

Reproduction Jewelry2017-12-27T11:23:07-04:00

Project Description

Amazing Mold Putty LogoThis pin is one of my favorites. It belonged to my mother. Her brother (my uncle) brought to her as a gift when he was in the Navy during World War II. I’ve always enjoyed wearing this piece of jewelry as a pin, but with Amazing Mold Putty I can now wear a reproduction as a necklace!


 I made a mold of the original pin mixing equal parts of A and B putty rolled the putty into a smooth ball and slightly flattened the ball before pressing the pin face down into the putty. In about 10 minutes the mold was set. and kneaded them together until I had a uniform yellow color with no streaks. Here I have a white casting that I can treat in a variety of ways–gilding foil, paints, markers. I just haven’t decided exactly how I want to treat this one.

Mold and Cast--Resized

For my finished pieces I used Amazing Mold Putty’s gold and silver metallic powders and different colored mica powders to achieve different looks for the reproductions. I brushed the powders into the mold before pouring in the quick casting resin. The resin is easy to mix–equal par ts A and B, stir together until there are no streaks, and pour into the mold.
I also use pearlized Ultra-Thick Embossing Enamel and mica powders for two castings–one is a full reproduction and one is only the face.
UTEE--Resized Small--Resized
The neatest thing is that now I can share a piece of mother’s jewelry with my sisters.
You can see lots of other exciting molding and casting project on the Amazing Mold Putty blog.

One Comment

  1. Ginger Deaton August 7, 2014 at 9:01 am - Reply

    These are amazing. I absolutely love jewelry are would love to try this technique. Thanks so much.

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