Small but beautiful examples of rarer types!
These sell quickly, so stock
items may differ from those illustrated below: 'phone for availability!

Eucrites are brecciated surface material
from the Asteroid Vesta. We have many
different examples, this being a polished
25mm x 25mm specimen of Camel Donga
that was found in January, 1984 on the
Nullarbor Plain, Western Australia

Tatahouine is a diogenite from the asteroid
Vesta. This rare meteorite fell on June 27, 1931
at 0130 hours, about 2 1/2 mi. NE of the village
of Foum Tatahouine, Tunisia, breaking into
thousands of small fragments.This 2cm stone,
at 4.1g, is larger than most offered for sale: we
have several other similarly sized pieces too!
These more typical Tatahouine fragments
have masses around 1g. A great way to acquire
a piece of Vesta without breaking the bank!

Found in March, 2013, NWA 7977 is a
greenish diogenite, composed almost
entirely of orthopyroxene.
Some of our examples contain translucent
crystals that give them a pallasite-like

Similar - and just as impressive - is
NWA 7831: it too is predominantly green,
but even more translucent!
Discovered in March, 2013 in Morocco, this
is a great way to add a large diogenite to
your collection: we have plenty of good-sized
Howardites are brecciated achondrites that
originated on the Asteroid Vesta. We have many
different examples, this being a fine 7.2g slice
of NWA 2696.

We have a large inventory of carbonaceous
chondrites including CVs, CMs, CIs, and CKs.

As with many carbonaceous space rocks,
eight of the twenty amino acids found in
terrestrial life have been identified in these
meteorite. Many biologists are convinced that
this is proof that life was 'seeded' on Earth
in this way!

We usually have several affordable samples
of the famous
Allende CV3. They display many
obvious chondrules in a sooty matrix with whitish
calcium-aluminium inclusions. Like most of
the carbonaceous chondrites, Allende has been
found to contain numbers of amino acids!
Tagish Lake is a C2 / CI2 carbonaceous chondrite
that many scientists believe may have originated
on the surface of a comet. It was seen falling in
British Columbia,Canada in January, 2000. Our
fragments have respectable masses of 50 - 60mg
Carbonados are rare and intriguing black diamonds,
found in West Africa and Brazil. They were most
probably formed at a time before the Atlantic Basin
opened up, but compelling arguments have been
put forward for an origin on Uranus or Neptune!
Our examples are from Brazil: by far the rarer of
the two fields. We have some small.affordable stones!
We have just cut more slices of
the EL3 fossil meteorite
NWA 2965
These reveal the relict chondrules
that prove conclusively that it is
not an aubrite! Measuring a hefty
80mm x 50mm x 5mm, these are a
bargain at just:
We have many samples of the enstatite
Al Haggounia 001. First found in 2005
North East of Laayoune, Western Sahara
this sample is shown around twice actual size.
We have in stock a good quantity of
the EL3 fossil meteorite
NWA 2965
This enstatite-rich meteorite (which has
been paired with NWA 4295) was discovered
in 2005 near El Hagounia, Western Sahara.
We have cut several slices and these show
typical glittery enstatite and dark veining.
NWA 2965 was discovered on the surface of
a saline 'playa', while other paired stones
have been found up to a metre below the
surface. Price per 5g slice:
Perhaps you might consider buying one of
our rare achondrite collections. This contains
good-sized samples of all three HED types from
the asteroid Vesta, a Lunaite, a Martian meteorite,
an Angrite that some researchers feel may have
originated on Mercury, an Aubrite, an Acapulcoite
and, finally, a Ureilite! Phenomenal value: even
if you could find examples of all nine types, you
would have to pay around £30 each!

Note! Some meteorites here are shown in magnified view: masses are given as size guides!