Red Star Supernova - Meteorite Band

Minter + Richter Titanium Rings

Shot from space to the earth below! This uniquely sourced meteorite ring has a generous center inlay of Meteorite. Found near Gibeon, Namibia, in South-West Africa in 1836. It has bits of supernova, Palladium-107, the second longest lived isotope. It is estimated to be over 4 billion years old and boasts a combination of antiquity and modernity. Interior overlay of Red Box Elder Wood and flat satin finished titanium edges. Pictured at 9.5mm.

Also pictured is our Protective Meteorite Wax -

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