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Pyrrha Debuts Fine Jewelry Collection

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(PRESS RELEASE) After 23 years creating jewelry, and more than a decade since the launch of its iconic signature talismans, Pyrrhaintroduces the Fine Jewelry Collection, a suite of designs cast in 100 percent reclaimed 14 karat gold and accented with ethically sourced precious stones, diamonds, and pearls.

Crafted by hand using old world techniques, the new jewelry features a striking black ceramic design element that evokes the mood of the 19th Century. The Fine Collection is comprised of a large selection of delicate 14K talismans cast using authentic wax seals and imagery from the Victorian era, including DirectionInspiration,Unbreakable, and Never Look Back.

“The new collection continues to challenge what people typically consider fine jewelry – we wanted to design pieces that are rich in character, create connection, and elicit conversation,” said designer Wade Papin. “Discovering the personal sentiment that is associated with a customer’s talisman is magic for us. Meaning is everything.” 

Pyrrha talismans tell a remarkable story and are imbued with meanings such as love, strength, and spirituality. From gold zodiac charms and pearl bracelets to faceted stone necklaces and rings featuring rustic diamonds, sapphires, emeralds and rubies, the Fine Collection is the perfect gift for birthdays or holidays.

The Pyrrha Fine Jewelry Collection is now available online at pyrrha.comyrrha.com, with prices starting at $135. Pyrrha is certified carbon neutral and one of only ten jewelry companies in the world with B Corp accreditation.

Click here to view the lookbook. 

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