We absolutely love using liver of sulphur to create a patina on our handmade jewellery designs - and so do our customers!
Liver of sulphur is a popular product among jewellers, used to create an antiqued, black or iridescent coloured patina on silver, copper, bronze, metal clays and with a little preparation - brass and gold too. If you love creating textures in your jewellery, using liver of sulphur is a great way to emphasise these textures and make them pop as you'll see from the designs below.
Take a look at some of our favourite customer designs using this technique, ranging from a dark black patina to creating beautiful, eye catching colours.
Silverpickle Jewellery: "I use liver of sulphur every day on lots of my designs. Here I used it on a custom charm bangle."
Geometric stud earrings by Emily Booth Jewellery.
Times To Treasure: "Silver fairies patinated with liver of sulphur."
Small Dog Silver: "This is one of my teeny hare pieces - he’s busy being a moody teen."
5igna Designs: "Sterling silver ring, patina with liver of sulphur."
Saffron Jewellery: "Fine silver and gold overlay with liver of sulphur patina."
Jackie Moore: "Love the colours I managed to get in this piece. It was a sample piece for a silver clay class."
Copper and sterling silver moon goddess ring by Myliu Design.
Adorn Wire Studio: "Liver of sulphur gives so much depth."