This ring has 6mm Muonionalusta Meteorite Inlaid into 14K White Gold with a half round profile making the ring 8mm wide.
This Meteorite ring is solid, unlike other rings that have joints. All my Gibeon and Muonionalusta meteorites show a fantastic Widmanstatten pattern.
Makes a great his and hers wedding ring, anniversary or friendship gift.
The meteorite has been etched to reveal the characteristic patterns, or Widmanstatten figures, of iron meteorites. This is in subtle contrast to the rich color of the gold.
This listing is for one ring only.
I have 4mm and 6mm meteorite widths available.
Please note that the meteorite is lighter in color.
Your ring size and width of the ring will determine how much metal to purchase.
The metal prices are linked to the World Metal Market Prices and change frequently during the day every day.
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Available Sizes : 4 to 16, including 1/4, 1/2 and 3/4 sizes Available Widths: 4mm to 12mm
This ring is not re-sizable.
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Info about the meteorite in the photo:
The Muonionalusta meteorite is a rare iron that was originally found in 1906 near Kiruna, Sweden. This beautiful meteorite is classified as a fine (IVA) Octahedrite, and has spectacular etch patterns. Muonionalusta is only rarely found on the meteorite market as the strewn field is within the Arctic Circle, making searching for it very difficult. The total known weight of Muonionalusta is unknown, and until recently, most has been locked up in Museum collections, with very little in private hands.
Consistence: Fe, 8.42 % Ni, 2.24 ppm Ga, 0.133 ppm Ge, 1.6 ppm Ir.
Muonionalusta meteorite does get treatment against rust before it is shipped.
Gibeon does not need rust treatment.