Olga Ledneva's textures and enamels provide a tactile experience on PolymerClayDaily.com

Russia’s Olga Ledneva used Cernit clay and low-tire enamels on this pendant that mixes textures and colors in ways that invite the wearer to fondle the corrugated background and bargello center stripe.

Low fire enamel powders leave a slick and shiny surface. The metal bail and leather cord add to the tactile options. Olga likes to engage the wearer with her pieces. See how she does this on Flickr and Instagram.

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  • reply Dawn Z ,

    I searched for “low tire enamel” and couldn’t find anything. Then I read the second paragraph.

    Nice piece!

    • reply Dawn Z ,

      PS – could you provide more information about low-fire enamels? I couldn’t find much. Thank you!

      • reply Cynthia Tinapple ,

        Here are the low-fire enamels I’ve tried from Cooksongold.com. There are probably US sources too but I went with the ones recommended in a YouTube video. http://bit.ly/2DmDmOJ

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