Argentium's inventor, Peter Johns demonstrates some of the working benefits of Argentium Silver at the Goldsmiths' Company event 'Make Your Mark' (1st and 2nd November 16). Argentium is proud to offer prizes for the Make Your Mark Awards - a new design competition that aims to challenge today’s students working in precious metal.
The new Argentium Guild website is for all users of Argentium Silver. The aim of the Guild is...
To promote Argentium education by providing up-to-date information regarding classes, workshops and events and to support Argentium instructors.
To inspire people by showcasing a wide range of work by our Guild members.
To host a Shop selling punches, care cloths, instruction DVDs and other products. The Shop is open to all visitors of the site and members will be entitled to promotions on selected products.
Benefits to Guild members…
Discounts in the Guild Shop.
The opportunity to showcase their work in the Gallery which will be visible to everyone visiting the site.
The opportunity to be a featured member on the Guild site, with their work also being promoted on the Argentium Facebook page and also in a Wix “Shout Out” email.
Listing in the Member’s section of the website.
Members only access to the Guild Forum.
Members only access to Guild competitions.
Promotion by Argentium International of Members’ work to magazines.
Mitzi Howard Wins Second Place
August 05, 2016
'Green Grass & High Tides' took 2nd place in Art Jewelry at the Del Mar (San Diego County) Fair this summer. The setting for the velvet malachite/tourmaline and end caps were carved in wax and hand cast in Argentium Silver. The clasp was fabricated from Argentium wire.
Photo by Larry Berman (Berman Art)
Argentium Silver Flux is here!
July 31, 2016
Argentium Silver lauches its very own flux. Suitable to use with the family of Argentium Silver solders and with a temperature range that will withstand fusing temperatures. You can purchase this flux in the Argentium Guild Shop.
Argentium Talk & Demonstration by Peter Johns & Ronda Coryell
July 12, 2016
Thank you so much to Melinda and Lyn at the Made in Herts Studios in Hertford for hosting this event and to all of those who attended. A big thank you to Peter for such an interesting presentation giving the background and technical benefits of Argentium and to Ronda for such an inspiring demonstration on how to fuse and work with this precious metal.