These beautiful slices of various iron meteorites
have been polished to show their Widmanstätten
patterns. We have examples from
Muonionalusta and Dronino.
We have a good selection of Imilchil irons, ranging
from 12g - 200g. The exact date of this meteorite’s
discovery is unknown: it has been offered for sale
under the name Agoudal since around 2000: it was
recognised as an octahedrite in 2011 and renamed
after the small Moroccan mountain town of Imilchil.
We always try to have Campo del Cielo irons in a
range of masses: as a result of the C-19 pandemic,
none are being released from Argentina: however,
we have obtained a range of examples from
295g - 1295g by calling in a few favours!
Contact us
for details

We have various specimens of the famous
Canyon Diablo IAB coarse octahedrite. This is
the meteorite that produced the Barringer Crater,
Arizona. We have lots of smaller specimens, which
are sent in an acrylic box with a descriptive label.

We now have some beautiful crystal chunks
of the Campo del Cielo Argentinian iron with
masses between 15g and 20g. Prepared by
super-cooling and fracturing, these attractive
examples of this historic meteorite are shipped
in an acrylic display box with full details!
from £10
We have a good supply of fragments of the
Sikhote-Alin meteorite that fell in the Maritime
Territory of Russia, February 12th, 1947.
from £15
An ideal Christmas or Birthday gift! A fragment
of the Canyon Diablo meteorite, in a glazed
ash frame with a descriptive illustration.
A third ideal gift! Here we offer a shrapnel
fragment of the Sikhote-Alin meteorite, with
a representation of the fall in 1947.
We offer similar displays containg other irons:
why not buy a set of three for just £90?
How's this for a good deal? Decent-sized pieces of
Sikhote-Alin, Canyon Diablo and Campo del Cielo,
presented in an attractive A4-sized glazed ash frame:
a perfect gift for the person who has everything!