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
    • Meteorite Type: Impact Glass
    • Locket Measurements: 34 mm x 25 mm, plus chain
    • Additional Information: Alluring green translucent raw Moldavite encapsulated in sterling silver. The largest in inventory, sure to be a statement piece.
    • Meteorite Type: Pallasite
    • Weight: 3.9 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 19 mm x 15 mm x 7 mm
    • Meteorite Type: Pallasite
    • Weight: 13.3 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 27 mm x 24 mm x 13 mm
  • SOLD
    • Meteorite Type: Pallasite
    • Weight: 7.5 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 21 mm x 15 mm x 11 mm
    • Meteorite Type: Pallasite
    • Weight: 21.7 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 31 mm x 25 mm x 18 mm
    • Meteorite Type: Pallasite
    • Weight: 5.6 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 17 mm x 15 mm x 13 mm
  • Gibeon Spheres

    $15.00$125.00
    • Meteorite Type: Iron, IVA
    • Weight: Spheres range from <1g - 15g
    • Approximate Measurements:  5mm - 15mm round
    • Additional Information: Magnificent fully etched Gibeon spheres! A perfect addition to any collection. Note: Because every meteorite is unique, the piece you receive will be similar to the one photographed, but not exactly the same.
    • Meteorite Type: HED achondrite (Diogenite)
    • Weight: 11 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 51 mm x 33 mm x 2 mm
    • Meteorite Type: HED achondrite (Diogenite)
    • Weight: 20 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 73 mm x 43 mm x 3 mm
    • Meteorite Type: HED achondrite (Diogenite)
    • Weight: 12.2 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 54 mm x 33 mm x 3 mm
    • Meteorite Type: Iron, IAB
    • Weight: 103.6 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 50 mm x 32 mm x 17 mm
    • Meteorite Type: Stone, Eucrite-mmict
    • Meteorite Weight: 4.7 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 20 mm x 14 mm x 11 mm with centimeter scale cube for size reference
    • Additional Information: Glossy black fusion crust
    • Meteorite Type: Iron IAB-MG
    • Weight: All meteorites are unique, yours will be 5-15 grams
    • Additional Information: Comes with a collectible colored postcard with photograph of Meteor Crater and explanation of Canyon Diablo meteorite "shale"
    • Meteorite Type: Stone (LL5)
    • Weight: 60 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 44 mm x 39 mm x 19 mm 
    • Witnessed Fall: Yes  
    • Meteorite Type: Stone (LL5)
    • Weight: 45.1 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 45 mm x 40 mm x 25 mm 
    • Witnessed Fall: Yes  
    • Meteorite Type: Stone (LL5)
    • Weight: 41.7 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 38 mm x 32 mm x 23 mm 
    • Witnessed Fall: Yes  
    • Meteorite Type: Stone (LL5)
    • Weight: 39 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 39 mm x 35 mm x 25 mm 
    • Witnessed Fall: Yes  
    • Meteorite Type: Stony-Iron (Pallasite, PMG-an)
    • Weight: 10.6 grams
    • Additional Information: Etched and polished full slice
    • Meteorite Type: Stony-Iron (Pallasite, PMG-an)
    • Weight: 6.5 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 42 mm x 29 mm x 2 mm
    • Additional Information: Etched and polished full slice
    • Meteorite Type: Stony-Iron (Pallasite, PMG-an)
    • Weight: 8.3 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 47 mm x 40 mm x 2 mm
    • Additional Information: Etched and polished full slice
    • Meteorite Type: Iron, IIAB
    • Weight: 95.2 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 69 mm x 57 mm x 12 mm
    • Witnessed Fall: Yes
    • Additional Information: Great shrapnel fragment from this epic witnessed fall
    • Meteorite Type: Stony-Iron (Pallasite, PMG-an)
    • Weight: 17.1 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 56 mm x 40 mm x 2 mm
    • Additional Information: Etched and polished full slice
    • Meteorite Type: Iron, IIAB
    • Weight: 172.1 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 82 mm x 55 mm x 21 mm
    • Witnessed Fall: Yes
    • Additional Information: Nearly split in two! Showcase piece for the violence and fury these magnificent irons experience on their fiery flight to Earth. The back is full of sheard, flowing torn metal. Superb!
    • Meteorite Type: Iron, IIAB
    • Weight: 27.6 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 41 mm x 23 mm x 18 mm
    • Witnessed Fall: Yes
    • Additional Information: From the witnessed fall in Russia in 1947
    • Meteorite Type: Iron, IIAB
    • Weight: 28.5 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 40 mm x 17 mm x 15 mm
    • Witnessed Fall: Yes
    • Additional Information: From the witnessed fall in Russia in 1947
    • Meteorite Type: Iron, IIAB
    • Weight: 98 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 46 mm x 42 mm x 21 mm
    • Witnessed Fall: Yes
    • Additional Information: From the witnessed fall in Russia in 1947
    • Meteorite Type: Iron, IIAB
    • Weight: 51.6 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 35 mm x 27 mm x 18 mm
    • Witnessed Fall: Yes
    • Additional Information: From the witnessed fall in Russia in 1947
    • Meteorite Type: Iron, IAB
    • Weight: 89.9 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 94 mm x 40 mm x 17 mm
    • Additional Information: Majestic pyramid shape, one of the last of the under 100 gram Campos in stock.
    • Meteorite Type: Iron, IAB
    • Weight: 286 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 64 mm x 49 mm x 32 mm
    • Additional Information: First discovered 1576, in Argentina
    • Meteorite Type: Iron, IAB
    • Weight: 155 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 54 mm x 39 mm x 31 mm
    • Additional Information: First discovered 1576, in Argentina
    • Meteorite Type: Iron, IAB
    • Weight: 100 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 44 mm x 29 mm x 27 mm
    • Additional Information: First discovered 1576, in Argentina
    • Meteorite Type: Iron, IAB
    • Weight: 1,129.9 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 87 mm x 78 mm x 65 mm
    • Additional Information: First discovered 1576, in Argentina
    • Meteorite Type: Iron, IAB
    • Weight: 1847 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 107 mm x 72 mm x 68 mm
    • Additional Information: First discovered 1576, in Argentina
    • Meteorite Type: Iron, IAB
    • Weight: 870 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 86 mm x 67 mm x 50 mm
    • Additional Information: First discovered 1576, in Argentina
    • Meteorite Type: Iron, IAB
    • Weight: 1,155 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 89 mm x 82 mm x 60 mm
    • Additional Information: First discovered 1576, in Argentina
    • Meteorite Type: Iron, IAB
    • Weight: 822 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 152 mm x 63 mm x 43 mm
    • Additional Information: First discovered 1576, in Argentina
    • Meteorite Type: HED achondrite (Eucrite, monomict)
    • Weight: 44.2 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 81 mm x 62 mm x 3 mm
    • Additional Information: Note the natural hole!
    • Meteorite Type: HED achondrite (Eucrite, monomict)
    • Weight: 41.6 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 89 mm x 62 mm x 3 mm
    • Meteorite Type: HED achondrite (Eucrite, monomict)
    • Weight: 25.6 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 61 mm x 65 mm x 3 mm
    • Meteorite Type: HED achondrite (Eucrite, monomict)
    • Weight: 10 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 43 mm x 30 mm x 3 mm
    • Meteorite Type: HED achondrite (Eucrite, monomict)
    • Weight: 1.7 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 20 mm x 19 mm x 3 mm
    • Meteorite Type: Lunar, feldspathic breccia
    • Weight: 363.7 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 85 mm x 70 mm x 40 mm
    • Additional Information: This world-class specimen would be the envy of many museums and significant university collections. A whole stone in as-found condition, clearly showing light and dark patches typical of NWA 11303. It is this brecciated mixture that produces the alluring, high-contrast slices. A large, visually appealing, and highly impressive example of our nearest celestial neighbor, with impeccable provenance from Aerolite Meteorites, Inc., and examined and classified by the Department of Earth at Space Sciences at the University of Washington, Seattle.
    • Meteorite Type: Martian, shergottite
    • Weight: 54.1 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 103 mm x 89 mm x 3 mm
    • Additional Information: Impressive laboratory prepared palm-sized full slice 
    • Meteorite Type: Pallasite, PMG-an
    • Meteorite Weight: 2,220 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 533 mm x 279 mm x 4 mm
    • Additional Information: Magnificent large full slice with abundant gemstones
    • Meteorite Type: Iron, IAB
    • Meteorite Weight: Less than one gram
    • Vial Measurements: 31 mm x 14 mm x 14 mm
    • Additional Information: A quaint, tiny glass vial with cork lid filled with authentic Campo del Cielo crystals. Multiple vials shown for photography purposes only; sold as single vials.
    • Meteorite Type: Iron, ungrouped
    • Weight: 12.1 kilograms
    • Approximate Measurements: 304 mm x 171 mm x 74 mm
    • Additional Information: This hefty specimen is larger than the majority of pieces found in Russia’s Dronino strewnfield. Note the interesting surface features which appear to be torn or striated, likely by in-air explosion or terrestrial impact. This meteorite has been cleaned to remove surface soil and oxidation and stabilized (using non-invasive methods) to ensure longevity.
    • Meteorite Type: Iron, IVA
    • Weight: 5.8 kilograms
    • Approximate Measurements: 241 mm x 133 mm x 84 mm
    • Additional Information: Most Gibeons are quite angular in appearance, likely the result of in-flight explosions, or terrestrial weathering, or both. In rare cases, complete individuals are recovered, and this specimen is one such example. Weighing in at an impressive 5.8 kg (12 3/4 lbs), this gorgeous iron meteorite shows abundant regmaglypts (thumbprints) on its surface — indicators of ablation during its furious flight through Earth’s atmosphere. It is presented in as-found condition with attractive dark red and brown desert patina. In one photo it seems to resemble an owl; in another an elongated boot, hence its name. Please note the field number "5.8," likely painted by the finder at the time of its discovery in the Namib Desert. Field numbers are usually seen to add a modest amount of uniqueness, value, and collectibility to a meteorite, but this number could easily be removed if so desired.
      Further: This fine specimen shows an extremely rare small natural hole and its position is indicated in one image by a white string.
    • Meteorite Type: HED achondrite (Eucrite, monomict)
    • Weight: 135.4 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 133 mm x 131 mm x 3 mm
    • Additional Information: Large full slice with definite "wow" factor: a naturally-occurring hole! 
    • Meteorite Type: Pallasite, PMG
    • Weight: 26.8 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 70 mm x 42 mm x 2 mm
    • Additional Information: Polished part slice awash with olivine crystals
    • Meteorite Type: Pallasite, PMG
    • Weight: 85.8 grams
    • Approximate Measurements: 67 mm x 66 mm x 2 mm
    • Additional Information: Square cut part slice with etch on one side and polish on the other — perfectly showcasing extraterrestrial gemstones of rich and varying colors .