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Damascus and Meteorite Pendant - Beautiful Meteorite Jewelry

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  • $ 120.00


 

On Offer: Pendant - Meteorite Damascus and Muonionalusta Iron Meteorite Duo. One side is etched iron meteorite, and the other side is a Damascus made with carbon steel and meteorite iron.  These beautiful pieces are set in 925 Sterling Silver.

*Chain is not included

Dimensions not including bail: Approximately 14.25 mm x 14.25 mm x 4.51 mm 

Dimensions including bail: Approximately 23.24 mm x 14.25 mm x 4.51mm

Center Piece Type: Iron Meteorite & Meteorite Damascus
Description: This Beautiful pendant displays Iron meteorite Damascus on one side, and etched Muonionalousta Meteorite on the other side. The Iron Meteorite Damascus contains 40 % Gibeon Iron meteorite and High Carbon tool steel. This beautiful pendant is set in Sterling Silver.
What you get: Sterling Silver pendant with an Iron meteorite Damascus center piece on one side and an etched Muonionalusta meteorite center piece on the other side as shown, Signed Certificate of authenticity, and shipping/storage membrane box. Chain is not included.
We offer a 100% no questions asked 30 day return policy.
 

SEE OFFICIAL METEORITICAL SOCIETY ENTRIES BELOW

Muonionalusta
Basic information Name: Muonionalusta
     This is an OFFICIAL meteorite name.
Abbreviation: There is no official abbreviation for this meteorite. 
Observed fall: No
Year found: 1906
Country: Sweden 
Mass: 230 kg
Classification
  history:
Meteoritical Bulletin:   MB 20   (1961)   Iron-fine octahedrite
NHM Catalogue:   5th Edition   (2000)   IVA
MetBase:   v. 7.1   (2006)   IVA
Recommended:   Iron, IVA    [explanation]

This is 1 of 79 approved meteorites (plus 1 unapproved name) classified as Iron, IVA.   [show all]
Search for other: Iron meteorites, IVA irons, and Metal-rich meteorites
Writeup

Writeup from MB 20: 
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MUONIONALUSTA II, Kitkiojöki, Norrbotten; 67°46'N, 23°15'E.

FOUND, August 15, 1946.

IRON, octahedrite of fine structure.

1 specimen, weight about 15 kg.

The meteorite was discovered during the earthwork at a building site about 8 km to the east-southeast of the place where the Muon­ionalusta I iron meteorite was found in 1906.


Writeup from MB 20: 
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MUONIONALUSTA I reads: 67°54'N; 20°18'E should read: 67°48'N; 23°6'8.

Source: List of meteorites and corrections made by K. Fredriksson (Stockholm) and received by E.L.Krinov in December 1960.


Writeup from MB 28: 
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DISCOVERY OF MUONIONALUSTA III IRON METEORITE, SWEDEN

NameMUONIONALUSTA III.

The place of fall or discovery:  About 3.5 km ENE of the village of Kitkiojoki, Sweden; φ = 67°47'N; λ = 23°21'E.

Date of fall or discovery: FOUND, June 7, 1963.

Class and type: IRON; octahedrite.

Number of individual specimens: 1

Total weight: 6.20 kg.

Circumstances of the fall or discovery:  The meteorite was found by Mr. Carl Henriksson in excavated material used for the construction of a causeway. The meteorite is now in the possession of the Swedish Museum of Natural History (Stockholm, Sweden).

Source: Report of Dr. F. E. Wickman (Stockholm, Sweden) in a letter, IX.20.1963.

 

 

Gibeon
Basic information Name: Gibeon
     This is an OFFICIAL meteorite name.
Abbreviation: There is no official abbreviation for this meteorite.
Observed fall: No
Year found: 1836
Country: Namibia
Mass: 26 t
Classification
  history:
Meteoritical Bulletin:   MB 36   (1966)   Iron
NHM Catalogue:   5th Edition   (2000)   IVA
MetBase:   v. 7.1   (2006)   IVA
Recommended:   Iron, IVA    [explanation]

This is 1 of 80 approved meteorites (plus 1 unapproved name) classified as Iron, IVA.  [show all]
Search for other: Iron meteorites, IVA irons, and Metal-rich meteorites
Writeup

Writeup from MB 36:
Warning: the following text was scanned and may contain character recognition errors. Refer to the original to be sure of accuracy.

[Description of paired specimen:]

DISCOVERY OF NICO IRON METEORITE, SOUTH WEST AFRICA

Name: NICO.

The place of fall or discovery: The farm of Nico near the railroad station of Asab, South West Africa; φ = 25°23' S, λ = 17°47" E.

Date of fall or discovery: FOUND, 1965.

Class and type: IRON.

Number of individual specimens: 1.

Total weight: 25.2 kg and 9.5 kg <iron-shale>.

Circumstances of the fall or discovery: The meteorite was found by the aborigens probably on the site of the fall.

Source: Report of Dr. J. Zabringer (Heidelberg, Germany) in a letter, March 1, 1966.



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