Tree Bark Ring with Meteorite in Palladium Sterling Silver - size 6.25 - Ready to Ship
Tree bark and meteorites finally got together in this very first ring. Now you can have a little bit of history on your finger. This particular meteorite was found in Argentina - the Campo del Cielo site. The crater was created an estimated 4,000 - 5,000 years ago. Even though this meteorite fell from the sky, its organic qualities make it seem right at home with other earthy, nature inspired jewelry.
This ring would make for a very attractive and unique unconventional engagement ring or a fun everyday ring/conversation starter! Unique twiggy prong settings highlight the one of a kind shape of the meteorite.
- Cast in 100% recycled palladium sterling silver
- Size 6.25 - could be stretched up a bit.
- Features a meteorite approx. 10.5 x 7.5mm
- The band is approx 4mm wide and has a satin finish - a light patina could be added
- Ready to ship - Packaged in a box ready to ship
Ever wonder what the difference is between a meteor, meteoroid and a meteorite?
A meteoroid is the space debris/particle, perhaps from an asteroid or comet
A meteor is the flash of light we see as it comes through the earth's atmosphere (shooting star) and the meteorite is what survives!
Most meteoroids are so small they can't make it through the atmosphere and are completely vaporized.