Iron meteorites are fragments of the nickel-iron cores of planets, released during cataclysmic collisions!

These lovely pendants are crafted
from polished, etched and sealed slices of the spectacular Seymchan pallasite (left)and Muonionalusta siderite (right).
Totally stable and mounted
in stainless steel with sterling silver chains, these fabulous items are sold in presentation boxes at just £20 each.

The backs are mirror polished.


These beautiful necklaces combine the 'wow'
factor of Gibeon/Seymchan beads, with the
glitz of Swarovski and sterling silver.
The crystal colours range from
Paradise Shine to Jet and Light Siam (red).

Prices vary according to the size and
number of meteorite beads used

The Swarovski beads on the left are
Crystal Silver Shade and
Jet on the right


More beautiful Seymchan and Gibeon
necklaces: the left one has Light Siam
crystals and the two
on the right are
Rainbow Dark and Light Denim.

All are £45 each


We have just five of these stunning
Pallasite pendants.

The pendant on the left measures
48.9mm x 30.1 x 3.1mm
and has one crystal which is actually

The pendant on the right measures
49.3mm x 22.7mm x 5.8mm



These beautiful pendants are crafted
polished and etched slices of the
spectacular Seymchan pallasite / siderite
from Russia. Totally stable and furnished
with sterling silver chain and mounts, these
fabulous items are available at just £40

From a fall that occurred in February,1947
in the Sikhote-Alin Mountains north east
of Vladivostok, Russia, this is one of the best-known and most iconic of the nickel-iron
Our examples are dressed with sterling silver chains and presented in plush-lined boxes.
Prices range from £45 (above right) to
£40 (left) and £35 (right)
These nickel-iron crystals are from the
Campo del Cielo meteorite that fell in
Argentina over 6000 years ago: they are
liberated from a large example by
super-cooling in liquid nitrogen. Available in various sizes from £20 on the right to £40
The Gibeon iron meteorite was discovered
in Namibia in 1838. Our examples of this
very rare siderite range from £50 (left)
to £35 (right). As with all our jewellery, the
price includes a 16" sterling silver chain,
lined box and pretty organza bag!
The Canyon Diablo meteorite was responsible
for the famous Barringer Crater in Arizona.
This was the first crater on Earth to be
recognised as being extraterrestrial in origin!
Our examples are very reasonably
priced (given the increasing difficulties
in obtaining this meteorite) at
£30 (top & left) and £35 (right)
These delightful bracelet charms
are available with Canyon Diablo,
Sikhote Alin irons at £10 each.
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