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SIG3028-7

Masculine Men's Wedding Band With Meteorite-SIG3028

Ships in 1-2 business days. After receipt, follow the instructions included to determine your estimated size. Then, we suggest you order a custom sizer for the most accurate sizing.
Yes, please! (most accurate if ring is 4mm wide or less)
No. I will order a custom sizer. (recommended)
No. I already know my accurate size.

Crisp edges and intricate meteorite patterns make this beveled black ceramic ring a sharp addition to your style. Each ring’s Gibeon meteorite inlay is unique, with its own distinct Widmanstätten pattern. This space jewelry is a stylish and thoughtful gift for astronomers!

In stock and ships in 3-5 business days

Like this design, but need it in a different size? Want to customize it? No problem! Order it here in sizes 7-13.5, including .25 sizes: Black Ceramic Ring with Meteorite Iinlay and Beveled Edges, Wedding Band (SKU 1666). Note that our current turn-around time would apply.

RING LAYOUT
Ring Width: 8 mm
Ring Sleeve: Black Ceramic
Ring Profile: Beveled Ring
Finish: Polished

2 mm Black Ceramic
4 mm Gibeon Meteorite*
2 mm Black Ceramic

Available Ring Sizes: 7 to 12.5, including 1/4, 1/2 and 3/4 sizes
This ring has a comfort fit.

Please note: if you don’t see your ring size as an option in the drop-down above, please contact us. Our in stock inventory is constantly changing.

RING FITTING:

We highly recommend that you get your ring size in a COMFORT FIT measured by reputable jewelers UNTIL at least 2 agree on the same size (law of averages). To ensure we will be making your ring the proper fit, please read the following links:

Ring Sizing Info

This ring is not re-sizable.

ENGRAVING:

Add a personal message with our laser engraving text. Note: Custom ring sizer purchase is required to engrave a black ceramic ring; learn more on our FAQs page.

Contact Us for help with any questions or special requests!

*The mineral troilite is present in meteorite and may be visible in your finished item, and makes them unique and beautiful. Meteorites are formed as they travel through space and millions of years later they may land on earth.