Pyrite is a beautiful crystalline mineral whose name derives from the Greek word meaning "of fire" because it is a stone that will spark when struck. Pyrite is also known as fools gold, because its look resembles gold. Alchemists in the Middle Ages believed it could be turned into gold; would that were so as it is a very common mineral, iron sulfide. While it has had many uses, today it is used commercially to make sulfur dioxide and sulfuric acid. However, to me the best use of all is in the creation of handmade jewelry. It can be found in many forms for use in jewelry: from polished beads to cut and polished mirrorlike slabs to fre... » Read More
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Come back soon! I am always adding new contemporary jewelry and patterns to my studio. As always, it will be one of a kind and handmade with care.
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