Diamonds And Coal
The Mimas Meteorite Necklace
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🌙SUMMER SHIPPING UPDATE🌙
*Anything Made to Order purchased after 5pm ET on Friday, July 5 will not ship until the end of August.
*Anything that is One of a Kind or Ready to Ship purchased after Thursday July 11 at 8pm ET will not ship until the end of August.
*I will be out of the studio most of the summer, so if you need your jewelry fix please purchase ASAP! Thank you for your patience!
-- A stainless steel bezel setting is filled with gorgeous fragments of the Campo del Cielo meteorite. All of the meteorite pieces are hand picked and fitted into each bezel, which sits atop a brushed finish stainless steel piece in a crescent moon shape.
-- Your pendant hangs on a stainless steel chain, and includes the signature Diamonds and Coal stainless steel tag. It's my way of signing my handmade work and adding another special touch to your jewelry piece. It is my promise that you are getting a one of a kind Diamonds and Coal original!
-- Stainless steel means no tarnishing EVER!
-- Just under 1" wide and 1/2" tall, this dainty necklace is perfect for layering, or wearing all by itself.
-- Your necklace comes with a printed certificate of authenticity, and a printout of the history of the Campo del Cielo meteorite. It is packaged in a little black box - perfect for gift giving or storing your special keepsake.
ABOUT THE CAMPO DEL CIELO METEORITE:
The Campo Del Cielo iron meteorites were discovered in 1571 about 500 miles northwest of Buenos Aries, Argentina. Testing proved the 'rocks' to be meteorites, something that had been claimed by the local inhabitants. It is estimated that the meteorites fell 4,000 - 6,000 years ago at Campo del Cielo (meaning "field of sky" or "heaven) in Gran Chaco, Gualambia. Your meteorite fragments are made up iron, nickel, and many different scarce minerals, such as kamacite, taenite, plessite, triolite, graphite, and silicates.