Copper Ore Bookends, Michigan

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Copper bookends with streaks of white quartz. These Copper Ore bookends have been highly polished and laquered to prevent oxidation from changing their pantina. There is cork attached to the bottom of the bookends to help prevent scratching surfaces.

Measurements: ~10" wide x 6" tall x 2" deep

Location: Michigan State, USA

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The name Copper Ore means the rock containing the copper has enough quantity of the metal to be harvested. It is generally mined mashed together as a conglomerate rock containing mainly quartz, sericite, barite, and a long list of other minerals. Usually specimens of copper ore are smelted down for commercial use, but the beauty of this rock really holds a special place to rock and mineral collectors as well.