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Style Number: SGTM001
This 8mm tungsten Muonionalusta meteorite wedding band with a hammered finish is one of our best designs. The hammered design combined with a real meteorite looks extraordinary and is sure to be complimented. Plus, with our snug-fitting interior shape, this not only looks great, it feels great on your fingers too. The first fragment of the Muonionalusta meteorite was discovered in 1906 near the village of Kitkiöjärvi. About forty are known today, some quite large. Other debris was found in the Payara district of Norrbotten County, about 140 kilometers (87 miles) north of the Arctic Circle.
The meteorite was first described in 1910 by Prof. A. G. Högbom, who named it after the nearby site of Muonionalusta on the Muonio River. The Muonionalusta meteorite is probably the oldest known meteorite (4.5653 ± 0.001 billion years old) and marks the first occurrence of stishovite in an iron meteorite. You will truly have a ring that is out of this world.
Our tungsten carbide rings are extremely durable, and 10 times stronger than gold. That's one of the reasons our customers love this ring. That means it won't tarnish, won't scratch, and will keep its beauty and shape forever.
This ring is perfect as a wedding ring, anniversary gift, promise ring, birthday gift, or gift for someone special.
Want this ring but are not sure about your size? Select the "Not sure - send ring sizer first" size option and we'll send you a free ring sizer before making your ring.
Making sure your ring fits is a crucial part of the ring shopping process. All SagaBands Rings are sized in US sizes.
Saga Bands is based in Staten Island, USA, handcraft wedding rings and engagement rings using some of the most unique and durable natural materials on the planet.