Michigan Copper Splash -Extra Small
Oxidized "Splash" Copper
"Gem as an Energy Amp"
Native copper from Michigan is used to make these artistic free-form sculptures.
Copper is a fascinating element found at rare earth gallery. About two thirds of copper is found in volcanic rocks and one quarter is found in sedimentary rocks. Copper turns green due to oxidation. It loses electrons when exposed to air and water. The oxidation is a dull green matter. Cooper is also an essential nutrient for our body along with iron. These elements allow the body to form red blood cells. Copper is also a natural antibacterial agent.