A copper necklace with labradorite crystal. The crystal has lots of colours that shows in certain angles, such as green, yellow, orange, and dark blue. The name of this piece comes from the sea nymphs in Norse mythology. Blóðughadda was one of the sea goddess Ran's daughters, and the name means 'the one with bloody hair'. She rules over the relationship of the rivers and the sea, and she loves sharks.
The necklace is reversible, meaning the crystal shows on both sides. One side is smooth and the other raw. The stone has a matte finish and on one side there are a few glossy spots, I believe this is from when it was cut and polished.
The piece has been treated with patina to give it an aged look. The electroforming process is time consuming and includes several steps. Each piece is unique.