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Meteorite Ring, Size 6.75, Sterling Silver, Metallic Gray, 4 prong, Campo del Cielo stone - GemzAustralia
Meteorite Ring, Size 6.75, Sterling Silver, Metallic Gray, 4 prong, Campo del Cielo stone - GemzAustralia
Meteorite Ring, Size 6.75, Sterling Silver, Metallic Gray, 4 prong, Campo del Cielo stone - GemzAustralia
Meteorite Ring, Size 6.75, Sterling Silver, Metallic Gray, 4 prong, Campo del Cielo stone - GemzAustralia
Meteorite Ring, Size 6.75, Sterling Silver, Metallic Gray, 4 prong, Campo del Cielo stone - GemzAustralia
Meteorite Ring, Size 6.75, Sterling Silver, Metallic Gray, 4 prong, Campo del Cielo stone - GemzAustralia
Meteorite Ring, Size 6.75, Sterling Silver, Metallic Gray, 4 prong, Campo del Cielo stone - GemzAustralia
Meteorite Ring, Size 6.75, Sterling Silver, Metallic Gray, 4 prong, Campo del Cielo stone - GemzAustralia
Meteorite Ring, Size 6.75, Sterling Silver, Metallic Gray, 4 prong, Campo del Cielo stone - GemzAustralia
Meteorite Ring, Size 6.75, Sterling Silver, Metallic Gray, 4 prong, Campo del Cielo stone - GemzAustralia

Meteorite Ring, Size 6.75, Sterling Silver, Metallic Gray, 4 prong, Campo del Cielo stone

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Meteorite Ring, Size 6.75, Sterling Silver, Metallic Gray, 4 prong, Campo del Cielo stone, Rough Stone, Field of the Sky, Third Eye Stone

A divine Metallic Gray Meteorite Crystal sits at the centre of this ring in a 4 prong setting

Size: 6 3/4 US
Size: N AUS

Meteorite measures 11mm by 1 mm, Depth: 8 mm

The band has a beautiful hammered design

5.1 grams

Set in 925 Sterling Silver (stamped)

Pick up South Brisbane or can post Australia / World Wide with trackingĀ 


(Meteorite Crystal is a rare yet powerful crystal which is said to originate from Outer Space.

This meteorite pendant is made from the meteorite Campo del Cielo, whose name means "Field of the Sky." These meteorites are found in Argentina and Paraguay, South America. The craters' age is estimated as 4,000-5,000 years old.)