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Geometric Gold Pyrite Silver Bullet Jewelry Pendant

  • $ 3000

I combined a recycled 40 caliber silver bullet shell casing with a 12 sided dodecagon gold pyrite crystal. This comes with a 24 inch silver chain.

The origin of the name pyrite is from the Greek root pyr which means fire. This name comes from the fact that striking pyrite against another mineral produces sparks. It is also called Fools gold because it is often mistaken for real gold. Pyrite has the same chemical composition as marcasite, but its structure is cubic in nature. Most gemstone jewelry that is called marcasite is actually pyrite, due to the instability of the crystal structure of marcasite.

Pyrite was used by ancient Mayans and Aztecs as a scrying stone. It was considered a powerful stone and was often used in divination and healing rituals. Pyrite is believed to attract good fortune and prosperity. Because it forms cubes and other polygons, believers in sacred geometry consider it of cosmic significance as well.

An original Beautiful Bullets design. I have been creating bullet jewelry since 2009 and have designed over a hundred different styles and types. I use recycled bullet shell casings, metal filigrees, Swarovski crystals, natural gemstones and vintage glass. All of the bullet casings I use are recycled so please allow for variations and small imperfections.

I started my bullet jewelry line as a peace project, and I continue to donate part of the sale to different charities. I have sent donations to the Peace Corps, the Patriot Guard Riders, the Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund, the Sandy Hook School Support Fund, and the USO. Thanks to everyone who has purchased one of these designs and made that possible.

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Stones listed as natural, raw, or rough may have some imperfections and inclusions. Be sure to check all photos, including the zoom feature, for details about a particular stone. Please see photo with ruler for size. Colors may vary with individual monitors.

Many stones are susceptible to fading, and they should be kept out of direct sunlight. Do not use solvents, hot water or salt water to clean them. Stone properties and descriptions are for informational purposes only and do not offer any guaranteed outcomes. Also, they are not intended as a substitute for medical care.

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