Meteorite with Twin
Silver Carbon Fiber
This ring has a centered wide inlay of
meteorite centered between two inlays of silver carbon fiber.
There are lands of titanium separating the carbon fiber and
meteorite to add a
unique contrast to the surface. The meteorite used
is the Gibeon Meteorite, and is estimated to be over 4 billion
years old! The meteorite traveled millions of miles
through space before landing in South Africa sometime in
prehistory. It has a unique crystalline grain
structure called Widmanstatten lines that were caused by the
meteorite slowly cooling over millions of years as it hurtled
through space. The ring shown is 9mm wide and the titanium
is the polished finish.