For the love of pyrite

If you haven’t noticed (and I’m sure you have) pyrite is everywhere and for good reason. Pyrite, also known as “fools gold” has a rough, organic charm that’s incredibly versatile. With so many amazing handmade options, how does one choose?

First row //  faceted peruvian pyrite necklace $80 by mineralogy jewelry; pyrite gold earrings by five and two $34; below-pot o gold pyrite ring $28 by nu bambu
Second row //  silver stone ring $16 by nautical wheeler; natural slab nugget necklace $29 by deuce; brass triangle and pyrite earrings $28 by noble town vintage
Third row // pyrite beaded bar necklace $40 by ayofemipyrite nuggets long earrings $24 by black feather;  pyrite cube bracelet £15.00 by the vamoose

Christina is the writer behind the design blog, Down and Out Chic. She’s a budget-friendly design huntress that’s passionate about art and the handmade movement. She adores all things striped and polka dotted and would spend most of her afternoons vintage shopping if her closet were big enough. Find her on Twitter or at D&OC.

 

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great round-up! i HAVE been noticing pyrite recently and may just have to add a few of these pieces to my jewelry collection.

allison b-t

Totally awesome finds! I actually like the color of pyrite more than gold. The color is a bit more subtle. As it is nice to compliments on the jewelry I am wearing – I am looking for the “hey, look at that bling” response. I think this would be a nice balance!

Have a super day – Brandi

Keeping It Indie

I really like the pebbly earrings the one at the bottom in the middle. It looks really pretty. I love the ring which looks like the stuff that dentists have on their hand when they put filling in your mouth (back in the old day) but I don’t think I’m hip enough to rock that on my hands!

sonya

Love love pyrite & how it’s so complete in the way they shine. I think my fave is that faceted peruvian necklace!

Connie @ Daydream In Color

I love jewellery that looks natural and is made of natural, raw, strong materials! The rings are my highlight!

katecrackpot

I adore fools gold! (you can tell from my blog for sure)
I love all this natural, rough stone jewelry that’s popular, it’s so beautiful.

Nicole

amazing! i love this kind of smart jewls although I personally create very strong one! 😀

sissi
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