METEORITES FOR SALE

Meteorites are pieces of solid cosmic material — iron, stone, or a mixture of both — that have landed on Earth. They are divided into three main groups and many sub-groups, as well as impactites. Rarer than gold, diamonds, or even emeralds, meteorites are fascinating collectibles that help us understand the origins of the universe and our solar system.

Shop our meteorite store for genuine meteorites, unusual gifts, and meteorite engagement rings for sale here!

Stone Meteorites
Iron Meteorites
Stony-Iron Meteorites
Impactites
  • New
    • Meteorite Type: Gibeon
    • Ring Width: 9 mm
    • Ring Sleeve: Titanium
    • Ring Profile: Flat
    • Ring Finish: Polished
    • Catalogue Type: Ring 2101
    • Additional Information: Comfort Fit
    • Available Ring Sizes: 4 to 13, including 1/4, 1/2 and 3/4 sizes The ring you are purchasing is not re-sizable. We highly recommend that you get your ring sized by reputable jewelers in COMFORT FIT, until at least two agree on the same size (law of averages). Request they use a caliper or micrometer to measure. If you have an existing ring in the same width and fit as the one you are planning to buy, ask a jeweler to measure the inside diameter of your existing ring. The most accurate measurement to provide us is the inside diameter of the ring in millimeters. Because each ring is custom made, please allow up to six weeks for creation and delivery.
    • Meteorite Type: Iron, IAB
    • Weight: 48.2 kilograms, plus stand
    • Approximate Measurements: 17.5"h x 20"w x 5"d plus stand 42"h x 14.5 "w x 17"d
    • Additional Information:  Substantial 100+ pound Campo del Cielo iron meteorite shrapnel fragment with lustrous gunmetal finish. The broken heart of an asteroid beautifully displayed on a 42" tall x 17" wide metal stand.
  • THE EXPERT VIDEO GUIDE TO METEORITE IDENTIFICATION IN THE FIELD AND IN THE LABORATORY High Definition Blu-Ray Edition
    This movie can also be streamed in 4K Ultra-High Definition quality online at vimeo.com/ondemand/meteoriteidentification
    HAVE YOU FOUND A METEORITE?
    Find out in this fascinating high-definition film.
    Meteorites are among the rarest and most valuable materials on Earth ... and they’re not even from Earth! Learn to hunt for and identify meteorites by science celebrity, author, and meteorite expert Geoffrey Notkin. Notkin co-hosted the television series, Meteorite Men, and also wrote the award-winning book, Meteorite Hunting: How to Find Treasure from Space. In this engaging and informative professional video production. Filmed on location during one of our Meteorite Hunting Adventures — where we teach you how to meteorite hunt, and you get to keep what you find! — in the Sahara Desert. Geoff returns with his finds to the States and takes an up close look at his meteorites, and meteor-wrongs. Notkin shares more than twenty-five years of expertise in meteorite recovery and identification ... because there is nothing that helps more than knowing exactly what to look for.
    Featuring original music composed and performed by Serena Gabriel and Steve Roach.
    Filmed on location in the Sahara Desert and Arizona.
    Science / Education
    68 minutes
    ©2020 Desert Owl Productions, Inc.
    • Meteorite Type: Iron, IAB
    • Weight: 1.9 kilograms
    • Approximate Measurements: 153 mm x 70 mm x 56 mm
    • Additional Information: First discovered 1576, Argentina
    • Meteorite Type: Iron, IAB
    • Weight: 110.9 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 130 mm x 65 mm x 3 mm
    • Additional Information: First discovered 1576, Argentina
    • Meteorite Type: Iron, IAB
    • Weight: 339.7 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 152 mm x 111 mm x 4 mm
    • Additional Information: First discovered 1576, Argentina
    • Meteorite Type: Iron, IAB
    • Weight: 145.7 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 113 mm x 69 mm x 5 mm
    • Additional Information: First discovered 1576, Argentina
    • Meteorite Type: Iron, IAB
    • Weight: 146.4 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 164 mm x 63 mm x 3 mm
    • Additional Information: First discovered 1576, Argentina
    • Meteorite Type: Iron, IAB
    • Weight: 159.3 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 188 mm x 75 mm x 3 mm
    • Additional Information: First discovered 1576, Argentina
    • Meteorite Type: Lodranite
    • Weight: 1.6 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 19 mm x 19 mm x 2 mm
    • Additional Info: Northwest Africa, 2015
    • Meteorite Type: Lodranite
    • Weight: 1.4 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 19 mm x 18 mm x 2 mm
    • Additional Info: Northwest Africa, 2015
    • Meteorite Type: Lodranite
    • Weight: 2.3 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 20 mm x 15 mm x 6 mm
    • Additional Info: Northwest Africa, 2015
    • Meteorite Type: Lodranite
    • Weight: 1.1 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 16 mm x 15 mm x 2 mm
    • Additional Info: Northwest Africa, 2015
    • Meteorite Type: Lodranite
    • Weight: 4.1 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 32 mm x 19 mm x 3 mm
    • Additional Info: Northwest Africa, 2015
    • Meteorite Type: Stone, Eucrite
    • Weight: 18.3 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 78 mm x 47 mm x 2 mm
    • Meteorite Type: Stone, Eucrite
    • Weight: 24.0 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 84 mm x 50 mm x 2 mm
    • Meteorite Type: Stone, Eucrite
    • Weight: 15.6 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 68 mm x 44 mm x 2 mm
    • Meteorite Type: Stone (L6)
    • Weight: 245.4 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 123 mm x 110 mm x 4 mm
    • Additional Information: Polished part slice
    • Meteorite Type: Pallasite
    • Weight: 77.3 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 43 mm x 27 mm x 33 mm
    • Additional Information: This Admire nugget is a product of a stabilization. A process in which an unstable meteorite is subjected to reverse electrolysis. After the process is complete, unstable material has been removed and the now-stable meteorite takes the shape of this nugget. Meteorite enthusiasts believe that the "nugget" could very much be the shape a pallasite asteroid has in space before entering Earth's atmosphere.
  • Admire 126.6g

    $1,519.00
    • Meteorite Type: Pallasite
    • Weight: 126.6 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 72 mm x 30 mm x 32 mm
    • Additional Information: This Admire nugget is a product of a stabilization. A process in which an unstable meteorite is subjected to reverse electrolysis. After the process is complete, unstable material has been removed and the now-stable meteorite takes the shape of this nugget. Meteorite enthusiasts believe that the "nugget" could very much be the shape a pallasite asteroid has in space before entering Earth's atmosphere.
    • Meteorite Type: Pallasite
    • Weight: 53.2 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 41 mm x 32 mm x 27 mm
    • Additional Information: This Admire nugget is a product of a stabilization. A process in which an unstable meteorite is subjected to reverse electrolysis. After the process is complete, unstable material has been removed and the now-stable meteorite takes the shape of this nugget. Meteorite enthusiasts believe that the "nugget" could very much be the shape a pallasite asteroid has in space before entering Earth's atmosphere.
    • Meteorite Type: Pallasite
    • Weight: 25.0 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 45 mm x 29 mm x 13 mm
    • Additional Information: This Admire nugget is a product of a stabilization. A process in which an unstable meteorite is subjected to reverse electrolysis. After the process is complete, unstable material has been removed and the now-stable meteorite takes the shape of this nugget. Meteorite enthusiasts believe that the "nugget" could very much be the shape a pallasite asteroid has in space before entering Earth's atmosphere.
    • Meteorite Type: Pallasite
    • Weight: 48.1 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 41 mm x 32 mm x 31 mm
    • Additional Information: This Admire nugget is a product of a stabilization. A process in which an unstable meteorite is subjected to reverse electrolysis. After the process is complete, unstable material has been removed and the now-stable meteorite takes the shape of this nugget. Meteorite enthusiasts believe that the "nugget" could very much be the shape a pallasite asteroid has in space before entering Earth's atmosphere.
    • Meteorite Type: Pallasite
    • Weight: 43.2 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 41 mm x 32 mm x 25 mm
    • Additional Information: This Admire nugget is a product of a stabilization. A process in which an unstable meteorite is subjected to reverse electrolysis. After the process is complete, unstable material has been removed and the now-stable meteorite takes the shape of this nugget. Meteorite enthusiasts believe that the "nugget" could very much be the shape a pallasite asteroid has in space before entering Earth's atmosphere.
    • Meteorite Type: Pallasite
    • Weight: 54.4 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 48 mm x 38 mm x 27 mm
    • Additional Information: This Admire nugget is a product of a stabilization. A process in which an unstable meteorite is subjected to reverse electrolysis. After the process is complete, unstable material has been removed and the now-stable meteorite takes the shape of this nugget. Meteorite enthusiasts believe that the "nugget" could very much be the shape a pallasite asteroid has in space before entering Earth's atmosphere.
    • Meteorite Type: Pallasite
    • Weight: 84.8 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 52 mm x 35 mm x 29 mm
    • Additional Information: This Admire nugget is a product of a stabilization. A process in which an unstable meteorite is subjected to reverse electrolysis. After the process is complete, unstable material has been removed and the now-stable meteorite takes the shape of this nugget. Meteorite enthusiasts believe that the "nugget" could very much be the shape a pallasite asteroid has in space before entering Earth's atmosphere.
    • Meteorite Type: Pallasite
    • Weight: 55.2 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 50 mm x 48 mm x 11 mm
    • Additional Information: This Admire nugget is a product of a stabilization. A process in which an unstable meteorite is subjected to reverse electrolysis. After the process is complete, unstable material has been removed and the now-stable meteorite takes the shape of this nugget. Meteorite enthusiasts believe that the "nugget" could very much be the shape a pallasite asteroid has in space before entering Earth's atmosphere.
    • Meteorite Type: Gibeon, Iron (IVA)
    • Weight: 18.9 grams
    • Approximate Meteorite Measurements: 10 mm x 10 mm x 1 mm
    • Additional Information: Because each meteorite is unique, you will receive a similar piece, but not exactly as photographed.
    • Meteorite Type: Pallasite, PMG-an
    • Weight: 249 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 240 mm x 155 mm x 3 mm
    • Meteorite Type: Stony-Iron (IIE)
    • Weight: 1,737 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 148 mm x 89 mm x 57 mm
    • Additional Information: Found 1967, Magadan, Russia 
    • Meteorite Type: Martian, Shergottite
    • Weight: 56.7 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 109 mm x 108 mm x 2 mm
  • Allende 758.7g

    $18,950.00
    • Meteorite Type: Stone (CV3.2)
    • Meteorite Weight: 758.7 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 106 mm x 61 mm x 75 mm      
    • Witnessed Fall: Yes
    • Additional Information: Fell Chihuahua, Mexico Feb. 8, 1969.
  • Gibeon 671.3g

    $2,015.00
    • Meteorite Type: Iron, IVA
    • Weight: 671.3 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 89 mm x 44 mm x 31 mm
  • Sold Out

    Gibeon 666.6g

    $2,000.00
    • Meteorite Type: Iron, IVA
    • Weight: 666.6 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 111 mm x 40 mm x 41 mm
    • Meteorite Type: Iron
    • Weight: 31.0 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 54 mm x 50 mm x 4 mm
    • Meteorite Type: Iron
    • Weight: 31.4 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 54 mm x 34 mm x 3 mm
    • Meteorite Type: Iron
    • Weight: 126.4 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 68 mm x 67 mm x 4 mm
  • Sold Out
    • Meteorite Type: Iron
    • Weight: 46.3 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 59 mm x 50 mm x 4 mm
    • Meteorite Type: Iron
    • Weight: 571.9 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 220 mm x 101 mm x 5 mm
    • Impactite Type: Indochinite
    • Impactite Weight: 13.1 grams
    • Impactite Measurements: 46 mm x 20 mm x 17 mm
    • Additional Info: Indochinite from Dalat, South Vietnam, found by famous meteoriticist Harvey Harlow Nininger with Arizona State University certification identification card and hand-painted number v6065.
    • Impactite Type: Indochinite
    • Impactite Weight: 15.2 grams
    • Impactite Measurements: 37 mm x 19 mm x 19 mm
    • Additional Info: Indochinite from Dalat, South Vietnam, found by famous meteoriticist Harvey Harlow Nininger with Arizona State University certification identification card and hand-painted number 32v-158.
    • Impactite Type: Indochinite
    • Impactite Weight: 22.5 grams
    • Impactite Measurements: 50 mm x 25 mm x 19 mm
    • Additional Info: Indochinite from Dalat, South Vietnam, found by famous meteoriticist Harvey Harlow Nininger with Arizona State University certification identification card and hand-painted number v4640.
    • Impactite Type: Indochinite
    • Impactite Weight: 10.7 grams
    • Impactite Measurements: 44 mm x 16 mm x 14 mm
    • Additional Info: Indochinite from Dalat, South Vietnam, found by famous meteoriticist Harvey Harlow Nininger with Arizona State University certification identification card and hand-painted number 32v-212.
    • Impactite Type: Indochinite
    • Impactite Weight: 10.3 grams
    • Impactite Measurements: 37 mm x 18 mm x 13 mm
    • Additional Info: Indochinite from Dalat, South Vietnam, found by famous meteoriticist Harvey Harlow Nininger with Arizona State University certification identification card and hand-painted number 11v-249.
    • Impactite Type: Indochinite
    • Impactite Weight: 18.4 grams
    • Impactite Measurements: 60 mm x 16 mm x 15 mm
    • Additional Info: Indochinite from Dalat, South Vietnam, found by famous meteoriticist Harvey Harlow Nininger with Arizona State University certification identification card and hand-painted number 25v-374.
    • Meteorite Type: Lunar (feldspathic breccia)
    • Weight: 4.7 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 36 mm x 34 mm x 2 mm
    • Meteorite Type: Lunar (feldspathic breccia)
    • Weight: 3.5 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 34 mm x 29 mm x 2 mm
    • Meteorite Type: Lunar (feldspathic breccia)
    • Weight: 3.9 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 35 mm x 29 mm x 2 mm
    • Meteorite Type: Lunar (feldspathic breccia)
    • Weight: 2.6 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 28 mm x 23 mm x 2 mm
    • Meteorite Type: Lunar (feldspathic breccia)
    • Weight: 2.6 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 21 mm x 18 mm x 4 mm
    • Additional Information: Laboratory prepared slice.