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Iron-nickel meteorites are thought to have formed from molten planetary core material which cooled very slowly out in space.
The transparent green natural Moldavite is a natural silicate glass tektite. Moldavite and other tektites are thought to have formed from the extreme heat and pressure produced during a meteorite impact on the surface of the earth.
During some meteorite impacts, it is believed that both the surface of the earth and the meteorite itself melt together and are thrown or splashed into the air by the force of the meteorite impact's explosion, fusing into natural glass tektites which cooled quickly while flying up into the air and then falling back down to the earth.
See our page displaying genuine moldavite jewelry, with all natural moldavite jewelry designs including beautiful moldavite necklaces and genuine moldavite rings.
See also our genuine Tektites including the natural Libyan Desert Glass Tektites, and our page displaying Genuine Moldavite.
We also have genuine Tektite Jewelry available in rings, pendants and necklaces.
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Genuine Meteorite Jewelry:
(natural meteorite jewelry)
Natural Meteorite Pendants
Natural Meteorite Bracelets
Natural Meteorite Rings
and Natural Meteorite Necklaces
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