Pyrite

Hardness 6 - 6.5
Metaphysical Pyrite is considered a stone of luck, wealth, and shields the user from negative energy.

Known as fools gold because of its brass-yellow hue and metallic luster, pyrite is the most abundant sulfide mineral.

The main source for pyrite is China.

In ancient Greek and Roman times, pyrite was known as a stone which strikes fire. Pyrite in jewelry was popular in the Victorian era.
Wash in warm soapy water.

Pyrite Jewelry