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Pyrite is known as ‘fool’s gold’ because of its gold-like colour and lustre. The pyrites used in this collection, carved out by the artist herself, are from Navajún (La Rioja). An artisanal open-pit mine, where cubic pyrites formed in the Jurassic period and where the pyrites considered the most perfect in the world are found.

All the jewels in this series are one-of-a-kind pieces. They are handmade using pyrite as the central element with Fairmined gold that makes up the arms of the rings or the bases of the earrings, thus adapting to their original shape. The natural rose­-cut diamonds are then set, varying their size and position according to each shape.

The jewelry pieces of ‘Fool’s Gold’ were created to reconsider the idea of the ornament and the dichotomy between price and value in the contemporary conception of fine jewelry, in which more importance is given to more precious materials. In this case, the centre of the composition is the mineral and its exceptional cubic formations, leaving gold in the background as it creates the bases to support it. Moreover, diamonds grow on their sides and vertices like small invasions, in the same fashion that mushrooms grow on tree trunks or mussels are naturally anchored to the rocks where the sea water hits them.


This earring is made from an 18k Fairmined gold rocker-shaped creole that houses a cubic pyrite inside.

the pyrite stone appears on the profile view, requiring a second look to be discovered.

Sold per unit.

We respect the natural shape
of the mineral, turning each earring into a unique jewel.


"Fool’s gold" is how pyrite is known as since it can be confused with gold because of its colour and lustre. The minerals used to compose this series of rings come from the artisanal open sky mine in Navajún (La Rioja), where there are cubical pyrites that were formed during Jurassic times, contemporary to dinosaurs and considered to be the world’s most perfect pyrites.

This mineral’s name comes from the Greek root ‘pyr’ which means fire, due to its capacity to generate sparks when there’s sufficient friction. It’s probable that Neanderthals would hit pyrite with flint to make fire.

All of them have been collected by the artist herself through chipping the stone. The work is a tribute to the wonders gifted to us by nature and done so by putting the perfectly woven and cubic formations as the main protagonist, without cutting, altering, or carving their extraordinary natural shape.


Gold jewels should only be cleaned with non-abrasive products, preferably mild soap and water, and then dried with a soft cloth.

Jewels made of silver and brass remain shiny when worn often. Over time, however, exposure to moisture and air can cause tarnish, a dark coating on their surface. You can clean them with any metal polisher sold in supermarkets, rubbing gently with a soft clean cloth to prevent scratches. You can then wash them with mild soap and water.
You can also keep them in a drawstring bag of soft cloth that will preserve them from external elements.

Jewellery made of precious metals and gemstones can be washed with mild soap and water. If the back of the gemstone needs to be cleaned, you can use a soft brush to gently scrub the less accessible areas.


We know that buying a jewel that you cannot see is difficult. Therefore, you can arrange a call with Teresa Estapé to ask questions, share concerns, listen to suggestions and receive extra information on the pieces you like: videos, photos and advice.

1. Book your appointment: Choose between visiting the atelier or receiving a call. Choose date and time. Once done you will receive a confirmation email.

2. What questions do you have?: When booking your appointment we will ask you to briefly tell us how we can help you.

3. Appointment Day: We will welcome you in our atelier or call you at the agreed time.


National: 8€ 24h + production time.
Balearic Islands: 15€ 24h + production time.
EU: 25€ 3/4 days + production time.

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Our pieces are produced by hand one by one, with precision and care in our atelier in Barcelona. Therefore, your piece will have a production time of two week


15,6 mm (Diameter) / 49 mm (Circumference) – Size 9
15,9 mm (Diameter) / 50 mm (Circumference) – Size 10
16,2 mm (Diameter) / 51 mm (Circumference) – Size 11
16,5 mm (Diameter) / 52 mm (Circumference) – Size 12
16,8 mm (Diameter) / 53 mm (Circumference) – Size 13
17,1 mm (Diameter) / 54 mm (Circumference) – Size 14
17,5 mm (Diameter) / 55 mm (Circumference) – Size 15
17,8 mm (Diameter) / 56 mm (Circumference) – Size 16
18,1mm (Diameter) / 57 mm (Circumference) – Size 17
18,4 mm (Diameter) / 58mm (Circumference) – Size 18
18,7mm (Diameter) / 59 mm (Circumference) – Size 19
19,1 mm (Diameter) / 60 mm (Circumference) – Size 20
19,4 mm (Diameter) / 61 mm (Circumference) – Size 21
19,7 mm (Diameter) / 62 mm (Circumference) – Size 22
20 mm (Diameter) / 63 mm (Circumference) – Size 23

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