Rings Meteorite

Rings Meteorite

Key takeaways

Aspect Details
Material Muonionalusta meteorite - a rare iron meteorite found in Sweden. Often combined with metals like black zirconium, gold, or titanium.
Symbolism Represents an enduring, out-of-this-world love. A reminder that your bond can withstand anything.
Styles Inlaid meteorite rings, meteorite shaving rings, meteorite and wood rings. Bevelled, flat, or rounded profiles. Widths from 6-8mm.
Customization Meteorite can be inlaid into rings made of black zirconium, titanium, gold. Wood or additional materials may be added.
Durability When properly cared for, meteorite rings can last a lifetime. Avoid prolonged exposure to water.

Meteorite rings: a love that's out of this world

Lads, when it comes to wedding rings, why settle for something ordinary? Your love story is one-of-a-kind, and your ring should be too. That's where meteorite rings come in. Crafted from space rock that's traveled millions of miles to reach Earth, these babies are the ultimate symbol of an enduring, unbreakable bond.

The Titan ring

At Forge & Lumber, we've got a stellar selection of meteorite rings that are sure to make your mates jealous. Whether you're into the sleek look of black zirconium, the warmth of gold, or the strength of titanium, we've got a meteorite ring that'll suit your style.

The magic of Muonionalusta

So what exactly is this space rock we keep banging on about? Most of our meteorite rings feature Muonionalusta, an iron meteorite found in Sweden. This rare beauty is around one million years old, and is made up of mostly iron with a bit of nickel thrown in.

When it's cut and etched, Muonionalusta reveals a criss-cross pattern known as Widmanstätten patterns. Each slice is totally unique, just like your love story. It's like having a tiny piece of the universe right there on your finger. Proper romantic, innit?

Styles to suit every bloke

Inlaid meteorite rings

The Pluto ring

One of our most popular styles is the inlaid meteorite ring. We take a strip of Muonionalusta and carefully place it into a channel within the ring. It's a subtle way to incorporate this unique material without going too over-the-top.

Our Pluto ring is a prime example - a smooth strip of meteorite set into a sleek black zirconium band. It's understated, but still packs a punch. Perfect for the bloke who wants something a bit different without being too flashy.

Meteorite shaving rings

The Shuttle ring

Fancy something a bit more eye-catching? Check out our meteorite shaving rings. We take tiny shavings of meteorite and inlay them into the ring, creating a speckled effect that's sure to turn heads.

Take The Shuttle - an 8mm tungsten ring with a hammered finish and meteorite shavings scattered throughout. It's rugged, masculine, and totally unique. Plus, it comes with a free silicone ring to keep your fancy space rock ring safe when you're working with your hands.

Meteorite and wood rings

The Davie ring

Can't decide between a meteorite ring and a wood ring? Why not have both? Our meteorite and wood rings combine the best of both worlds - the durability of space rock with the warmth of natural wood.

The Davie is a stunner, featuring a strip of meteorite flanked by whisky barrel wood and titanium. It's a nod to Scotland's rich whisky heritage, with a touch of otherworldly style. Proper sophisticated, like.

Finding your perfect fit

Alright, so you're sold on the idea of a meteorite ring. But how do you make sure you get the right size? Don't worry, we've got you covered.

First off, have a gander at our ring size guide. We've got everything from a printable ring sizer to a proper fancy comfort fit ring sizer. Trust us, it's worth taking the time to get it right.

If you're still not sure, just give us a shout. We're always happy to help a brother out. And if your ring doesn't fit quite right when it arrives, don't sweat it - we offer free resizing on most of our rings.

A ring that's built to last

Now, I know what you're thinking - "Sounds great, but will it last?" The answer is a resounding yes. When properly cared for, a meteorite ring can handle whatever life throws at it.

That said, there are a few things to keep in mind. Meteorite can rust if exposed to water for too long, so it's best to take your ring off before hitting the surf or doing the washing up. And if you're prone to knocking your hands about, consider opting for a harder metal like tungsten or titanium.

The final verdict

So there you have it, lads - the lowdown on meteorite rings. These space-age beauties are the perfect way to show off your unique style and commemorate your out-of-this-world love.

Whether you go for a sleek inlaid design, a rugged meteorite shaving ring, or a warm meteorite and wood combo, you can't go wrong. And with our stellar selection and top-notch customer service, finding your perfect ring is easier than ever.

So what are you waiting for? Head over to Forge & Lumber and start browsing. Your dream ring is just a few clicks away.

Happy shopping!

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