I Love You to the Moon and Back Meteorite Pendant

Give someone a real piece of the moon with our artistically sculpted I love you to the Moon and back meteorite pendant made from solid sterling silver and containing genuine moon rocks!

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This exquisitely detailed meteorite pendant is carved in 3D and is an exact replica of the Aristarchus Plateau; home to the brightest of the Moon's largest craters that also happens to be deeper than the Grand Canyon! The pendant itself has an engraving circled around it that reads "I Love You To The Moon And Back" and also contains genuine pieces of the Moon!

The pendant is made from solid sterling silver and includes our maker's mark and silver stamp with the genuine moon meteorites held within by a scratch-resistant crystal face.

Product Information

  • Meteorite pendant measures 2.6cm x 2.2cm
  • Engraved with "I Love You To The Moon And Back"
  • Contains 60-100mg of genuine moon meteorites (NWA 11303)
  • Meteorites are held in place by a scratch-resistant crystal face
  • Stamped with our maker's mark and sterling silver stamp
  • Pendant and chain are made from solid sterling silver
  • Comes in an elegant, black wooden gift box
  • Includes a certificate card of authenticity
  • Nickel-free

About the Aristarchus Plateau

The Aristarchus Plateau fascinated lunar observers long before the space age began due to its unusual shape and low and high reflectance extremes. The plateau features a spectacular channel, or rille, and the very young Aristarchus Crater. Aristarchus is the brightest of the large lunar formations, with an albedo close to double most of the moon's features. The crater is so bright that it is visible to the naked eye and displays unusually bright features when viewed through a telescope. The lava flows of Oceanus Procellarum surround the plateau, with the region hosting a high concentration of sinuous rilles. The largest of them is Vallis Schroeteri, which is also the largest sinuous rille on the moon. The plateau is nearly completely covered by one of the largest lunar regional pyroclastic deposits on the moon, and due to its geological complexity and resource potential, the Aristarchus region is poised to be a potential future landing area for lunar missions. This area is also noted for a significant number of reported transient lunar phenomena, as well as recent emissions of radon gas as measured by the Lunar Prospector spacecraft.

Authentication Information

The moon rocks contained within this pendant were collected from a larger lunar meteorite. The meteorite was sourced from one of the most respected collectors of planetary meteorites in the world. The meteorites we use in our pendants have been analysed and authenticated by a top laboratory and given an official meteorite number, thus ensuring its absolute authenticity. The serial number for this particular lunar meteorite is NWA 11303. This serial number can be used on the International Society for Meteoritics and Planetary Science website where a complete analysis and composition breakdown is publicly available.

About our Meteorite Jewellery

We take great pride in offering a diverse range of meteorite pendants that represent the many intergalactic wonders of our incredible Universe. All of our pendants are cast from solid sterling silver, are handmade in the United Kingdom and the meteorites are handpicked for their size, shape, and quality. We're known for crafting the most elegant space pendants in the world and this is a standard we will always uphold.

Allergy Advice

This sterling silver pendant and necklace are completely nickel-free.