Collection: Pyrites and Stones

Pyrites are minerals that resemble gold in color and metallic luster. They are composed of iron sulfide and are commonly found in sedimentary rocks. Pyrites have been used for various purposes throughout history, including as a source of sulfur for the production of sulfuric acid and in the manufacture of iron and steel.

Stones, particularly gemstones, have long been associated with metaphysical and healing properties. Many people believe that different stones possess certain energies and can bring about specific effects on the mind, body, and spirit. As a result, stones are often used in practices such as crystal healing, meditation, and spiritual rituals.

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