September 14, 2017 3 min read

A brief history lesson will tell you that thousands of years ago ancient civilizations used meteorite fragments in the making of jewelry. From 3600 BC to present day, people continue to be allured by meteorite. Perhaps because it’s believed thatmeteorites are associated with balance, strength, and hold special healing properties. Whatever the case may be, meteorite is a truly distinctive material used in jewelry design.


TCrings.com carries a unique collection of meteorite inlay rings. Available in zirconium, titanium and cobalt, meteorite is versatile as a wedding band or casual ring.  Each meteorite wedding band is completely different from the next due to the natural meteorite rock fragments, sono two meteorite rings look the same!


All real meteorite rings are covered under our Lifetime Manufacturer's Warranty. So, if your ring cracks or breaks, we’ll send you a replacement. Please consider that the meteorite inlay on the ring is sealed with a protective resin coating which is not as scratch resistant as the band itself.


Meteorite Inlay Ring Metals


Cobalt: Cobalt chrome boasts a beautiful, platinum-like color throughout the ring making it a great,affordable choice if you are trying to pair it with a more expensive platinum or white gold engagement ring. Cobalt rings are not nearly as susceptible to chipping or cracking like harder metals and ceramic. It is both lightweight (heavier than titanium, but lighter than tungsten carbide) and hypoallergenic.


Titanium: This is thelightest weight alternative metal band you can choose making it great for people who are not used to wearing a ring. Titanium is also a long-lasting alternative metal. Although titanium does not offer the scratch resistance of tungsten, it’s the same gun metal gray color, with the bonus of being shatter proof and very affordable.


Zirconium: Zirconium is one of thenewest metals to be included in jewelry making and is likely to become THE choice for a black ring. If the fear of scratching a black tungsten ring worries you, zirconium may be just the right fit! It is a natural element which begins as a silver color which is then heat treated. The extremely high heat creates oxidation which turns the ring black. That oxidization layer is as hard as a sapphire and creates a virtually permanent black finish. And it is not vulnerable to cracking and breaking like ceramic and tungsten.


Meteorite Ring Collection

GUSTAV Meteorite 3mm Inlay Flat Cobalt Band | 8mm

GUSTAV's 8mm band has been inlaid with a 3mm wide laser cut of Gibeon meteorite. This flat styled cobalt band has a highly polished finish which closely resembles platinum for a fraction of the price! Due to the natural inlay each ring is unique from the next. Read more or purchase this product.

NAMA Meteorite Inlay & Polished Finish Flat Zirconium Ring | 8mm

An out of this world symbol, NAMA is inlaid with a striking 3mm wide laser cut of Gibeon meteorite. Formed from scratch resistant zirconium metal, this flat band has a high polish finish. Each ring is distinctly different from the next due to the natural meteorite which means no two will be exactly alike! Read more or purchase this product.

BOLIDE Meteorite 3mm Inlay Flat Titanium Ring | 8mm

An inlay of Gibeon meteorite is inset into the BOLIDE band. This flat cut styled ring is made from titanium which is a great option for those who like a lightweight feeling band. Read more or purchase this product.

COMET Cobalt Band with Meteorite Inlay | 8mm

Alternating Gibeon meteorite inlays streak around COMET's cobalt band creating a unique and sleek design. 8mm wide with a Comfort Fit band.Read more or purchase this product.

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