Lashbrook Meteorite Rings
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When looking for the perfect wedding ring, you don't need to stick to Earthly materials. Meteorite rings are a rare and eye-catching addition to the wedding band market. These pieces of jewelry use meteorite inlays and accents to highlight these stones' otherworldly crystalline structure. At Stonebrook Jewelry, we use Gibeon meteorite in our rings. Why does this matter? Here’s what make our meteorite rings different.
Why Gibeon for Lashbrook Meteorite Rings at Stonebrook Jewelry
Many meteorites are rich in iron. This means that they will naturally rust and stain the skin. The Gibeon meteor, on the other hand, has a high percentage of nickel. This gives these rings a uniquely beautiful and durable finish. People with nickel allergies may still be able to sport these rings if they get a model with an outer-facing inlay. This way, the metal doesn't touch the skin.
Gibeon meteorite is also a versatile element in everything from streamlined to complex pieces. It is a mid-tone gray with a subtle, geometric crystalline pattern. This allows it to contrast beautifully with everything from Damascus steel to carbon fiber. The geometric design of the meteorite is also complemented by smoother metals such as rose gold.
Meteorite rings are straightforward to care for. The material is scratch and crack-resistant. However, over time it may begin to rust. You can help protect your band by avoiding extended contact with salt water and harsh chemicals. If you notice that it's discoloring, you can clean your ring with rubbing alcohol or use a specially designed jewelry cleaner product.
Where Can You Find Lashbrook Meteorite Rings?
Visit Stonebrook Jewelry and you can see all the styles of Lashbrook meteorite rings that we carry. We have jewelry to suit a wide range of tastes and budgets. If you don't see the right piece, we also make custom rings on request.