Starborn Creations Sterling Silver Moldavite, Muonionalusta and Campo del Cielo Meteorite Pendant

  • The Muonionalusta Meteorite was first found in 1906 and is likely the oldest Meteorite in the world
  • When polished and etched the classic Widmanstätten patterns of intersecting lines are visible on the Muonionalusta Meteorite.
  • Moldavite’s rare occurrence and marvelous and intense green color make it highly valuable and collectible
  • The Campo del Cielo Meteorite was first found in Chaco Gulamba, Argentina in 1576.
  • Rough Natural Campo Meteorite nugget as bale, round etched Muonionalusta Meteorite and two small faceted Moldavite accent stones set in Sterling Silver.

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Sterling Silver Genuine Muonionalusta and Campo del Cielo Meteorite and Genuine Moldavite Pendant.

Includes a Certificate of Authenticity

Ships in a Starborn Branded Gift Box.

Meteorite - Meteorite is a rock or iron fragment that is from a meteoroid or asteroid that has passed through the earth's atmosphere. Each meteorite fall location has varying attributes.

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Moldavite - Moldavite is found in the Czech Republic and is believed to be a glass that was created from a meteorite; categorized as a tektite. Moldavite is green in color and can range between olive to moss and is found in nodules or feathered chunks and is dated at approximately 14 million years old. Many vendors are now offering Moldavite which is actually fake, which most people cannot tell the different just by looking at it. Geniune Moldavite will not melt at the low temperature as their fake counterparts, however.

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A 2010 study reported the lead isotope dating in the Muonionalusta meteorite and concluded the stishovite was from an impact event hundreds of millions of years ago: "The presence of stishovite signifies that this meteorite was heavily shocked, possibly during the 0.4 Ga [billion years] old breakup event indicated by cosmic ray exposure

Tektite - Tektites are a type of glass believed to be created from fragments of meteoroids or asteroids that have collided with the earth. Some tektites include Libyan desert glass and moldavite.

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