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Polished Pyrite Sphere
Approx Diameter: 2 - 2.25 inches
Even though pyrite is considered "Fool's Gold," did you know that Pyrite can actually contain REAL gold?
Pyrite is known for its interesting and unique crystal formations, which can vary in shape and size. These formations make pyrite rough an exciting, unique, and intriguing mineral to study and admire.
Pyrite is a mineral composed of iron and sulfur, and it is commonly known as "fool's gold" due to its metallic luster and brassy yellow color, which often resembles gold. Pyrite is found in various geological settings, including sedimentary rocks, hydrothermal veins, and coal beds. It is often found alongside other minerals such as quartz, calcite, and pyrrhotite.
Pyrite's metallic luster and unique crystal formations make it a popular choice for use in jewelry and as a decorative stone.
Moreover, pyrite has a fascinating geological history, having formed through various natural processes over millions of years, making it an important mineral for scientific research and understanding of the Earth's history.
You will receive a specimen that looks similar to the ones in the photos.