Large Glacier Drift Float Copper Mineral Specimen from the Keweenaw Peninsula in Michigan
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Float Copper is copper that was sheared out of a vein by a glacier during the Ice Age. This gives it a flattened, rounded shape.
Natural specimen with polished surfaces on the front.
The specimen's surface is approximately 20.5 inches tall, 16 inches wide, and a maximum of 2 inches deep when measuring with a fabric tape measure. When displayed in the stand as pictured, this piece is approximately 17.25 inches tall, 16 inches wide, and would require at least 12 inches depth of "shelf space."
46.4 pounds weight
Copper is a grounding cryptocrystalline metal that conducts and energizes the ambient energies surrounding it. An Earth element, Copper resonates with all of the chakras as well as the zodiacs Taurus & Sagittarius.
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