The Jepara pallasite was discovered in May 2008
during building work in Indonesia. The 500kg main
mass is heavily weathered and altered: our thin
slices have been stabilised and polished to show
the characteristic structure of metallic matrix
and olivine crystals. We have a limited supply of
these stunning pallasites available, from 12g to 50g
(100mm x 110mm)
More details HERE!
A translucent slice of the Brahin, pallasite
which was discovered in 1810, near Minsk,
Belarus. Brahin is becoming quite hard to
obtain these days, but we usually have some
decent pieces in stock!
The Seymchan pallasite was first discovered
in June, 1967 in Magadan, Russia. At first it
was considered to be an iron meteorite, but
further cutting revealed the beautiful structure
of a pallasite. These are fabulously stable!
NWA 4482 is a recently-discovered ancient
pallasite, recovered in Morocco in 2006. Like
Huckitta, much of the original iron has turned
into shale and oxides. A fascinating item with
a decent mass of 36g!
Huckitta is a very ancient pallasite from
Australia. It is increasingly hard to obtain
samples of this beautiful highy-altered find,
particularly specimens with a decent mass:
Contact us to see what's available!
or e-mail!
The Vaca Muerta mesosiderite was
found in 1861 at Taltal, Atacama, Chile.
Mesosiderites were formed on the surface
of a parent body as a result of an impact
with another body, and display a stony
matrix in which are suspended chunks of
nickel-iron. Many shapes and sizes and
other types always available: this has a
respectable mass of 21g
Some small (2g+) but lovely examples of the
Imilac pallasite are now available. For those
of you who collect famous meteorites, this
would be a great way to add a sample of this
classic item to your cabinet. Be quick! Only
thirty or so available!
Another Vaca Muerta mesosiderite, this time
with a mass of 20g.All of our samples have a
window polished into the surface to expose
the internal structure.