This Seymchan triangle pendant features a Widmanstätten pattern and truly makes it otherworldly. It is complimented with a Sterling Silver chain and is great for an everyday piece.
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.
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