Meteorite

Each piece of Meteorite cut for a wedding ring has its own unique characteristics. Brought to earth after billions of years traveling through space, these Meteorite wedding bands are out of this world!
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Lashbrook only uses authentic Gibeon Meteorite, from the West African country of Namibia. Gibeon Meteorite is found over an area 171 miles long and 62 miles wide. It is classified as fine octahedrite, where the metal shows crystalline structure, or Windmanstatten patter, was caused by the extremely slow cooling of the material at the core of an asteroid in space. As one of the most inert of the larger meteorites found on earth, it is less prone to oxidation and has a better Windmanstatten pattern due to the presence of a small amount of nickel.