Rotor Meteorite Ring
The ring shown is made from aerospace
grade titanium, and was inspired by a famous rotary engine.
The ring has
inlays of genuine Gibeon Meteorite in the corners. The
unique shape of the ring allows it to be worn with the wide side
facing front or with a point facing front. It is actually
very comfortable to wear. The meteorite used was discovered in Namibia in
South Africa in 1838. 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. It is estimated to be over 4 billion years
old! The government of Namibia has stopped export of the
meteorite, so it will become more rare as the years go by.
It's a good ring for people that appreciate rotary engines or
those that just like an artistic shape on their hand. We are a leading manufacturer
of meteorite rings.