Imagine a Black Zirconium ring then add an inlay of genuine Gibeon
Meteorite that fell to Earth in prehistory captured by another Titanium Inlay. The meteorite 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 great mix of ancient and contemporary. This is truly a work of art and history available for your finger.
The ring shown is size 10.25 x 9mm.
This Black Zirconium, Meteorite and Titanium ring explodes the awesome meter! Looks best in brushed or polished
The inlay surrounding the Meteorite is also available in Titanium 8-1-1, Cobalt Chrome and Stainless Steel.