Copper (Cu) named after Cyprus, "kyprios", the location of ancient Greek copper mines, is a lustrous brownish-red metal that tarnishes green to black when exposed to air. Its ability to be easily worked and being highly conductive makes it one one of the oldest metals worked by man into tools and jewelry as well as one of the foundational metals of modern life (wires, pipes, coins). While copper has been worked into many useful and beautiful things it possesses a beauty that is worth experiencing in its various raw and unworked forms.
This bag is 4.5" x 3" and weighs approximately 1lb 5oz. Each sphere in the bag is approximately .5" x .5" and weighs .4oz.
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