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Meteorite is one of the most intriguing materials we use for our rings as the material originates from space and is over a billion years old. Here at Patrick Adair Designs, we use Muonionalusta Meteorite which is one of the more common and stable meteorites used in jewelry. Check out our Blog Post for a step-by-step on how we make our Meteorite Rings.
Meteorite is composed of mainly iron, and as a result is susceptible to rust. We have recently developed a super top-secret etching technique that not only brightens the color of our rings allowing for a longer lasting etch, but it also greatly reduces the chance of rust forming. Rust is still inevitable (kind of like Thanos) but can be easily managed if you know what you are doing (also kind of like Thanos). Rust will vary for each and every meteorite ring and if you are lucky enough, your ring may not rust at all. If rust does form on your ring, use this simple method below to remove rust from your ring:
In addition, here are some tips to care for your Meteorite Jewelry:
Beautiful rings, but the only way I can see to avoid getting it wet is to not wear it.
It cannot be that difficult.
I ordered a meteorite ring and just got around to reading the care and upkeep and noticed the article stated you include ring wax with every meteorite ring.. I never got any ring wax with my order.. please advise.. Thank you – Steve