If you or your partner are people who like a style that is unique, then a meteorite ring is just what you are looking for.
If you’re wondering what meteorite rings are, they’re rings curated from space debris that has traveled all the way from outer space to our planet, and now they can be a part of your jewelry collection. Still not convinced? Here are some of the many reasons meteorite rings are the new cool thing.
The Bragging Rights
Everyone likes to brag that the ring they have is ‘out of this world,’ but when you wear a meteorite ring, your bragging actually has some truth behind it!
Meteorite pieces sometimes fall into Earth’s atmosphere and manage to survive the journey instead of being disintegrated from the impact. This debris is then cooled down and made into rings. To think that the beautiful pattern found on your ring is a result of nickel-iron crystals growing in the heated meteorite in outer space as it cools down over a span of millions of years is incredibly fascinating, even if you’re not a space enthusiast.
Like we mentioned earlier, it takes millions of years for the nickel-iron crystals to form in the meteorite as it orbits space. That means that when poured and made into rings, no two rings are ever the same.
Authentic meteorite rings have a unique pattern called the Widmanstatten pattern etched into them, which looks more luxurious the longer you stare at it. If you’re adamant about owning unique jewelry pieces that can’t be replicated, then meteorite rings are a must-have for your collection.
You’d think that something created from pieces of outer space would cost millions of dollars, but luckily, meteorite rings are pretty affordable!
Sure, they’re not as cheap as a sterling silver ring, but for what you get, the prices aren’t exorbitant. This means that you can easily buy one without breaking the bank. Authentic, high-quality meteorite rings can range from $900 to $4k or more depending on the types of sleeves or inlays they are crafted with. Some examples of sleeves are wood, Tungsten, Titanium, Damascus, or different types of Gold (Yellow, white gold).
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