This round Seymchan meteorite pendant is set in Sterling Silver and includes a 45cm Sterling Silver chain.
This meteorite was named after the Russian village it fell next to, Seymchan, and was discovered in 1967. It was found in a dry bed of the river Hekandue in the Magadan District, Russia. There is currently only 380kg of this meteorite that has been discovered and is classified as a Pallasite. Seymchan is considered to be rust-resistant and fairly stable. This makes it precious and ideal for your jewellery collection.