Small Round Swirl Copper Pendant Necklace
Handcrafted Small Round Swirl Copper Pendant Necklace. The round Copper form is embellished with a whimsical abstract Swirl print embedded which is suspended on a light Venetian Box link Italian Sterling Silver chain. The chain is available in 16 inches or 18 inches at no extra cost, just choose which you would like.
- Small Round Swirl Copper Pendant Necklace is 9.5 mm in diameter and is composed of Premium Copper.
- Each piece is one hundred percent unique with swirls adorning the entire surface of these handcrafted gems.
- Extremely lightweight, and durable.
- Each Pendant is suspended on a light oval cable Italian Sterling Silver chain.
- The chain is available in 16 inches or 18 inches at no extra cost, just choose which you would like.
- The swirl or spiral has been used throughout history in almost every belief system in one way or another. It is a sacred symbol that represents the journey and change of life as it unfolds; concepts like evolution, life, consciousness, and creation. The spiral symbol can represent the consciousness of nature beginning from its center expanding outwardly.
- These beauties should give you years and years of dazzling wear.
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Discovery of Copper by Dr. Doug Stewart
- Of all the metals, copper is the one most likely to be found in its native state, often released by the chemical reaction of its ores.
- Although only small amounts of native copper can be found, there was enough of it for our ancestors to discover the metal and begin using it.
Copper has been used by humans for as many as ten thousand years. Beads made from native copper dating from the eighth millennium BC have been found in Turkey.
- Crucibles and slags found in Europe suggest that smelting of copper (producing the metal from its ores) took place in the fifth millennium BC.
- Copper mining and smelting were commonplace by 4500 BC in the Balkans – Bulgaria, Greece, Serbia and Turkey.
- The Copper Age sits between the Neolithic (Stone) and Bronze Ages. It took place at different times in different cultures, when people began using copper tools alongside stone tools.
- The Copper Age was followed by the Bronze Age, when people learned that by adding tin to copper, a harder metal that is also more easily cast was formed.
- Again this happened at different times in different locations in the world.
- The word copper is derived from the Latin word ‘cuprum’ meaning ‘metal of Cyprus’ because the Mediterranean island of Cyprus was an ancient source of mined copper.
- The element symbol Cu also comes from ‘cuprum.’
Classification: Copper is a transition metal
Atomic weight: 63.546
Melting point: 1084.62 oC, 1357.77 K
Boiling point: 2560 oC, 2833 K
Neutrons in most abundant isotope: 34
Electron shells: 2,8,18,1
Electron configuration: [Ar] 3d10 4s1
Density @ 20oC: 8.96 g/cm3
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