Native Copper Pendant, Tremaine Site, WisconsinYour model is disabled. For more details go to Edit properties3D Model
Copper pendant made of native Great Lakes copper. Recovered from Feature 416 at the Oneota Culture Tremaine Site (47LC95), La Crosse Country, Wisconsin. Pendant was manufactured by cutting and piercing a copper sheet. Thickness of the copper sheet is approximately 0.8 mm. Pendant was found in a bent condition. The original was scanned and then “unbent” digitally to show orignal appearance. Original still remains bent as unbending will likely crack/break the pendant.
In the Tremaine Collection of the Department of Archaeology and Anthropology, University of Wisconsin-La Crosse (FS#2655).
Created from 198 photographs (Canon EOS Rebel T7i) using Metashape 1.6.1. Unbending was performed in Blender3D 2.8 as was the creation of the reconstructed original surface color in the model on the right.