Silver and Silk Studio Jewelry

Silver and Silk Studio Jewelry

Mary Ellen OConnor from the Silver and Silk Studio started using TAP epoxies in her jewelry and metal work a couple of years ago. She is really happy with the colors she has been able to achieve, as well as the durability of the product, especially in belt buckles. She uses the TAP Marine Grade Epoxy System. She prefer the 109 Medium Hardener because of it's clarity when she's mixing colors. Her jewelry is sterling silver, and her belt buckles are either sterling or brass. Most are one of a kind, and she has a couple of limited edition pieces. You can see more of her work at her website: https://www.maryellenoconnor.com. If you are in the Northwest, you can find her Studio on the Whidbey Art Trail (https://www.whidbeyarttrail.com).