COPPER ROLLED LARIAT KAL11

$135.00
Availability: In stock (1)
Delivery time: 4-6 business days
  • Copper oxidized square with round opening 1" x .85" wrap other end through this round opening twice to secure desired length
  • Copper hammered round disc .75", 6mm black onyx bead and abstract rolled triangle measures 1"
  • Lariat has a copper oxidized 3mm rolo chain and total length measures 33"

I use a rolling mill, which I layered copper sheet with a textured sheet of steel that my husband has made.  This allows me to make different markings to get the pattern onto the metal. We roll it many times to get the texture that I like and then oxidize the metal to enhance the beautiful textures.

The first piece of copper jewelry I made was when I was learning how to form a copper cuff and handling a hammer. I learned there is a rhythm when striking the metal. Hammering came natural for me so I decided to add this texture to my jewelry. I owe all my techniques to my wonderful husband the jeweler and mentor.

~Audrey Hoffman

Taking care of your copper jewelry:  This piece of copper jewelry is high polished and oxidized so it will keep its patina that it has.  If you want to shine it up just use a polishing cloth, which we have available under Accessories.

ONYX

The Gemstone Onyx. ... Its most accepted gemstone definition describes a solid black Chalcedony, or a banded or layered black and white Chalcedony. The term Onyx is occasionally used to described any engraved stone with a solid color base, or it may describe any banded gemstone with parallel banding.

HEALING PROPERTIES

Onyx healing properties sheds light on your inner truth in meditation practice because it's a chance for a one-on-one with you and the universe. This dark and brooding quartz keeps the mind free of societal expectations and self-doubt, leaving just you and your authentic self to contemplate your existence within the vast universe.

WHERE IT’S FOUND

Onyx can be found in Uruguay and bordering regions of Brazil, Afghanistan, India, Madagascar, Peru and the US. Baja California, and northwest Mexico were is a major source for Onyx.

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