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BENCUBBIN Meteorite Beautiful Pendant - Meteorite Jewelry - Gold

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  • $ 2,500.00


Pendant's Center Stone: Bencubbin Meteorite 

Pendant Setting: 14KT solid gold

Description: The center stone of the pendant is a hand cut piece of the Bencubbin meteorite, which is a metal-rich carbonaceous chondrite and the type specimen for the CB class of carbonaceous chondrites. It is set in 14Kt solid gold.  

Dimensions not including bail: Approximately 17.34 mm x 17.34 mm x 2.5 mm

Dimensions including bail: Approximately  26.15 mm x 17.34 mm x 5.13 mm

Official Name: BENCUBBIN

Meteorite type: Type: CB

Year Found: 1930

Country of Origin: Western Australia

This beautiful pendant has been hand crafted and assembled in the US by AZ based artisan Joshua Eisler. Each pendant has a unique center stone. No two pendants are exactly alike. The center stone has been free-hand shaped to find the best qualities in each area of the stone, and making every piece totally unique. The pendant is set in 14Kt solid Gold.

What you get: 14K Gold Pendant with genuine hand cut and set Bencubbin meteorite center stone, as shown, and Certificate of Authenticity signed by the Curator of Collections. 

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Basic information Name: Bencubbin
     This is an OFFICIAL meteorite name.
Abbreviation: There is no official abbreviation for this meteorite.
Observed fall: No
Year found: 1930
Country: Australia
Mass:help 118 kg
NHM Catalogue:               (2000)   Bencubbinite
MetBase:   v. 7.1   (2006)   CBa
Recommended:   CBa    [explanation]

This is 1 of 8 approved meteorites classified as CBa.   
Search for other: Carbonaceous chondrites, Carbonaceous chondrites (type 3), CB chondrites, CH-CB family, and Metal-rich meteorites

     Catalogue of Meteorites:    (30° 45'S, 117° 47'E)
     Recommended::    (30° 45'S, 117° 47'E)

     This is 1 of 347 approved meteorites from Western Australia, Australia (plus 1 unapproved name) (plus 11 impact craters)
     This is 1 of 716 approved meteorites from Australia (plus 46 unapproved names) (plus 27 impact craters)

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