This extraordinary meteorite necklace is an extra-terrestrial slice of natural history, this meteorite ring necklace will become a treasured family heirlooms, for generations.
The rhodium plated meteorite ring, rolls freely around on a substantial sterling silver chain. Add a Gold plated meteorite ring to this for further impact. To add an additional ring to your necklace just select from the drop down menu.
Martha Jackson Meteorite Ring Necklace comes in a elegant textured presentation box complete with information card and certificate of authenticity.
Over 100,000 years ago, a handful of these mysterious Muonionalusta meteorites impacted earth. Searches for the impact crater from the original shower have been in vain; the site where these specimens are found is in a remote area of northern Sweden, is it presumed they were carried there by glaciers.
The Muonionsalusta meteorites are not only extremely rare, they are almost always buried! To make finding the specimens just a little harder Swedish law dictates that a license must be obtained, and then those pieces buried in the perma-frost must be excavated by hand.
Iron Nickel meteorites, like the Muonionalusta generally start as the very core of a planet, the amazing Widmanstätten patterns (unearthly metallic grids in shimmering shades of grey and silver seen when the meteorite is sliced) are formed only in space. The molten centre of a planet’s core is cooled to form this metal at 1 degree per million years, then when the iron is removed the striking nickel crystal formations can be seen.
During ancient times meteorite was considered far more valuable than gold. Tutankhamen was found with meteorite daggers in his tomb and the ancient myth of Thor’s hammer, has been attributed to prized rare meteorite.
Use the drop down menu to select your perfect chain length. 45cm, 50cm or 60cm.
Rhodium plated or gold plated Muonionalusta Meteorite, worn on sterling silver chain.
Meteorite Rings 5x15mm . Rhodium plated, and 14k gold plated. Chain Length 40cm, 45cm, 50cm or 60cm.