Short Labradorite Blue Flashing Pendant
Beautiful flashing blue Labradorite pendant electroformed in pure copper. This piece come on a 17 inch rolo style copper chain with lobster clasp.
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-What is electroforming?
Electroforming is the process of depositing copper on a selected surface using an acid bath and a controlled electrical current. Because of this process, the results can be unpredictable, sometimes the copper may form bubbles or striations, sometimes it will be very smooth. No mater what the outcome it is always unique and beautiful, making every piece a one of a kind original
The process of electroforming takes multiple steps and each item can take several days to complete. Each of my items are created with the utmost care and attention to detail. Each stone is hand picked with love and purpose in mind.
-How do I care for this?
I use several different types of metals in the various items I create. I always recommend keeping jewelry clean and dry and not to store in direct sunlight (colors can fade/change over time) or in the bathroom (too much moisture). You can also keep your extra special pieces in individual plastic bags for extra protection.
Try to avoid direct contact with perfumes and lotions and always remove your jewelry before sports, sleeping, bathing or showering.
As this item is hand made art, please treat it as such. Always remove your jewelry before doing any activity that may damage your special piece.
-Will copper turn my skin green!?
Possibly, depending on your body chemistry, but don’t worry, it’s actually completely normal. Copper reacts natural to the PH levels in your body. If you have a PH level on the acidic side, the reaction from your sweat and the copper may leave a greenish tinge on your skin. This is completely harmless and can easily be washed off using soap and water. Some people believe that the minute amounts of copper absorbed through the skin while wearing copper jewelry can actually be beneficial for easing joint pain. For this reason, I usually leave my pieces raw and without lacquer.
To help avoid the greenish tinge try to remember to remove your jewelry before doing activities that may make you sweat. You can also apply a clear lacquer or wax (clear nail polish even works) to the piece but keep in mind that it will wear off eventually and need to be redone. I am more than happy to apply one for you, just let me know!