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Unfortunately, most people have a sensitivity to nickel and copper (and alloys that contain them), which makes plating with those minerals problematic. However, i *have* noticed that (when I have the torch fired up for a round of jewelry work) very often the copper is 'plated' by a thin layer of molten silver just before the copper begins to liquify. In fact, I have taken to using a small piece or two of silver in the crucible in order to gently encourage the copper to go on and melt, dangit! Is this a usable thing? Or should we just stick with reverse pickling for that pleasing pink blush?
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