Actually it does but not for the reasons you might think. Vintage jewelry made of or with plastic falls into one of six groups: celluloid, casein, cellulose acetate, phenolics which include Bakelite, and acrylics which include Lucite. The words celluloid, bakelite and lucite have become so generalized that instead of referring to a specific material, often only a general group is meant.
Celluloid is actually a trade name, like Band-Aid or Kleenex, but the term has been generically used for many years to reference a type of plastic material invented in the mids. It was used to make a variety of objects that are now collectibles until about It is a product of cellulose dinitrate blended with pigments, fillers, camphor, and alcohol to make a unique synthetic material categorized as a plastic.
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Easy-to-use acrylic paint dabbers make it a snap to give color to metal pieces you've stamped and to highlight the letters. Metal Stamps. You will need metal stamps, a hammer, bench block, stamping blank, and acrylic paint.
Margaret Schindel has designed, created and sold one-of-a-kind and custom handcrafted jewelry for decades. She loves sharing her techniques. Vintage beads and jewelry supplies are, by definition, a limited and dwindling resource.