Meteorite Wedding Bands
From the Heavens to Your Hand
Alternative, masculine, otherworldy. Symbolize your love and commitment with a custom-made meteorite ring
What makes Gibeon meteorite unusual?
Gibeon meteorite is well known for its striking Widmanstatten lines. These lines are formed over millions of years to create a crystalline structure exclusive to meteorite, making your ring unique in its pattern and a one-of-a-kind piece of art.
Where is it sourced?
This kind of meteorite originates from Namibia, Africa, and is taken from a huge field of meteorites that are millions of years old. It was discovered in 1836.
What is it made of?
Gibeon meteorite is primarily composed of iron and also contains nickel.
Can meteorite be combined with other materials?
It can be inlaid into any precious metal, including gold or platinum, and has a hardness similar to steel.
References: The Meteoritical Society's Meteoritical Bulletin