Genuine Meteorite Necklace, Space Rock Necklace, Shooting Star, Campo del Cielo, Science Jewelry, Space Lover Gift, Astronomy Gift
Genuine Meteorite Necklace, Space Rock Necklace, Shooting Star, Campo del Cielo, Science Jewelry, Space Lover Gift, Astronomy Gift
Genuine Meteorite Necklace, Space Rock Necklace, Shooting Star, Campo del Cielo, Science Jewelry, Space Lover Gift, Astronomy Gift
Genuine Meteorite Necklace, Space Rock Necklace, Shooting Star, Campo del Cielo, Science Jewelry, Space Lover Gift, Astronomy Gift
Genuine Meteorite Necklace, Space Rock Necklace, Shooting Star, Campo del Cielo, Science Jewelry, Space Lover Gift, Astronomy Gift

Genuine Meteorite Necklace

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This genuine meteorite pendant is from the Campo Del Cielo fall in Argentina. It was recorded as found in 1576 in Northern Argentina. The meteor likely had impact on Earth approximately 4000-5000 years ago and is the heaviest meteorite recovered in history.

What an amazing gift for the space lover in your life: a piece of space!

The pendants vary slightly in size; choose mini or medium size. The exact specimen may vary from what is pictured. Each necklace comes with an info card explaining its origin.

Information:
- stainless steel curb chain measures 18" long
- mini meteorites measure approximately 8-12mm wide x 10-15mm tall
- medium meteorites measure approximately 10-15mm wide x 12-17mm tall
- the meteorites are about 95% iron and 5% nickel so if you get it wet, dry it right away to avoid rust

Packaging
All items come with an information card in a lovely recyclable box, ready for gifting!


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Krista Ledner
What a thrill! I got this for my Mother's...

What a thrill! I got this for my Mother's 87th Birthday! Such an opportunity!!! We have a scientist in our family...goes back a ways ...Frederich Benzenberg was the first to measure meteorites as they enter our atmosphere. He was a professor of math and a geologist in Germany. Actual piece of the meteorite has a nice weight (mostly iron and some nickel) found in Argentina late 1500's...Very very old..You get information where it landed...etc.looks much like the photo...unusual gift for any one who appreciates geology/Earth's rocks...Thank you!