Men's 9 millimeter black zirconium flat band with wide grooved edges, a 5 millimeter meteorite inlay and 1 round single cut diamond accent
Minimum Carat Total Weight:
<1/10 ctw (0.00 - 0.08)
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The Four Cs
MeteoriteGibeon Meteorite was formed in space four billion years ago and discovered in Namibia, Africa in 1836. This rare type of meteorite is known as a fine octahedrite and it features a distinct crystalline structure on the surface. This visible crystal structure, called a Widmanstätten lines, is found only in diamonds and gemstones. Not only does this rare phenomenon not occur naturally on Earth, but its also what gives the metal its distinctive, patterned look and priceless meaning. The Widmanstätten pattern will vary slightly between pieces, as will the presence of inclusions. Inclusions are dark spots or tiny holes on the surface of the meteorite that are often traces of metals that, in some cases, do not occur naturally on earth. These inclusions are an important clue to the meteorites origin and are identifiers of its authenticity.