Collection Spotlight: Pyrrha’s Reclaimed 14 Karat Gold Jewelry



The maker of modern-day Victorian era wax seals in silver starts working in a new metal

Pyrrha designers Danielle and Wade Papin have long made their talismans of love and empowerment in silver, but increased consumer requests for a warmer option paved the way for gold. Enter its 14k reclaimed gold line of its most popular sterling pieces—Victorian era-inspired wax seals that are “beautifully flawed and imbued with meanings like love, empowerment, and protection,” according to a brand representative.

More than 100 gold SKUs debuted to retailers in June, some with spinel and tourmaline accents. Everything is made in yellow gold since the designer duo already had a small collection of it in their flagship store in Los Angeles. Buy-in is 20 pieces. The line is shipping now, and suggested retail prices for gold start at $118.

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Unshakeable Petite Talisman ring in 14k yellow gold, $286

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Acorn Charm necklace in 14k yellow gold, $338

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Dagger Convertible Chain Drop earring with a ball stud in 14k gold, $446 for one

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