This stunning pendant would make the perfect addition to anyone’s jewelry collection.
It was created using an electroforming technique, and was hand stamped for a gorgeous, unique flair. It comes with your choice of chain length, in a bright copper finish. If you would prefer a different chain color, please message me.
Each necklace comes with a short description of the stone it contains, as well as information on how to care for your copper jewelry.
All of my products are lead free and nickel free.
Height – 60 mm (with rings)
Width – 20 mm (approximately)
Chrysocolla is a gemstone with a beautiful sky blue to bluish-green color. Copper in its chemical structure is responsible for the bright attractive color. It is often multicolored with inclusions or veining of black and brown matrix material.
Commonly found in copper mines, it is often found intergrown with other copper-based stones and may occur infused in quartz. It is commonly found with Shattuckite, Malachite, Azurite and with Cuprite.
Chrysocolla can be found in copper deposits all around the world. The most notable Chrysocolla sources include Israel, the Congo (Zaire), Chile, England, Kolwezi, Katanga (Shaba), Mexico, Peru, Russia, and the USA (Arizona, Utah, Idaho, New Mexico, Michigan and Pennsylvania).
Seraphinite is a gem variety of Clinochlore, a magnesium iron aluminum silicate. It is characterized by a deep green color laced with shimmering patterns of silver that reflect light with changing angles of viewing. It is found only in the Lake Baikal region of Siberia, Russia. Seraphinite derives its name from its association with the Seraphim, the highest order of angels. It is also known as Serafina or Green Chlorite.
CARE AND CLEANING
As with all jewelry, avoid spraying with perfumes, or coming into direct contact with lotions or make-ups. Remove jewelry before bathing or swimming. If the necklace needs to be cleaned, gently wipe it off with a baby wipe and use a Q-tip for the small crevices. Allow to dry completely before wearing. If your jewelry tarnishes, clean it with some lemon juice and a toothbrush and dry with a paper towel.
Copper jewelry WILL change colors over time, also known as oxidation. I do not seal my copper jewelry, as some people feel that there are medicinal benefits to having copper touch their skin. I leave it up to the consumer to choose what’s best for them and their bodies. Occasionally, copper jewelry will turn your skin green. It is not harmful to you, and washes off easily.