A stellar round-cut center stone is suspended delicately inside a tension setting, on this authentic Gibeon iron meteorite ring.
Gibeon, found in 1836 in Namibia, Africa, originated from the core of an ancient asteroid. The lines visible in this ring’s Gibeon overlay, called a Widmanstätten pattern, are the result of cooling in outer space over billions of years and etching with dilute nitric acid, revealing a three-dimensional octahedral structure in the metal. No two meteorites will ever have the same Widmanstätten pattern, making this hand-crafted ring a one-of-a-kind beauty.
Choose from a variety of stones including: blue sapphire, alexandrite, diamond or moissanite. If you’d like to customize this design with a different grade or type of stone, simply contact us for a price quote.