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People for centuries have been wearing copper jewellery. It may have been first worn because it was souple and therefore easy to shape into beautiful jewellery, its rich and beautiful colour. However, it was not long before there was a realisation that copper was not only a beautiful natural metal for making jewellery but that it had certain natural properties. Since then copper has been used in many different ways. Hand-crafted into jewellery that had healing properties, made into kitchen utensils because of its anti-bacterial properties and even in the medical fields with its use as a contraceptive coil (IUD). More recently it copper fibres have been woven into fabric to make clothing.

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