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Looking for a Real Meteorite?

hand holding up a gemmy green moldavite tektite meoteorite

You want a Meteorite, but you're overwhelmed by the choices! Pallasites, Stony Irons, Tektites, H5 Chondrites... what does it all mean? These are the fun things you learn along the way while Meteorite shopping in person or online.

Unfortunately, there are also some boring choices to be made as you Meteorite shop: weeding out the true treasures in a market full of phonies.

How exactly do you spot real vs fake Meteorites?

The answer is simple for most of us. Find a reputable source that you trust, like Satin Crystals, and happily peruse their Meteorite Collection until you find the pieces you love.

For the do-it-yourself crowd that would like to know more about determining the authenticity of a Meteorite on their own, we have compiled a How To Buy Real Meteorites: 5 Tests You Should Do.

Happy Meteorite Shopping

Shop the Full Meteorite Collection or shop by specific Meteorite types by choosing below:

AGOUDAL FOR SALE

BASSIKOUNOU FOR SALE

GAO GUENIE FOR SALE

GIBEON FOR SALE

LIBYAN DESERT GLASS FOR SALE

MOLDAVITE FOR SALE

MUONIONALUSTA FOR SALE

NWA CHONDRITE FOR SALE

SEYMCHAN FOR SALE

TEKTITE FOR SALE

 

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Sheila Satin - August 1, 2020

Hi, we only buy from our trusted and dedicated gemstone and meteorite vendors, but thank you for your message!

Sheila Satin

Kelly Jean - August 1, 2020

Do you buy metiorites and Gems?

Sheila Satin - May 23, 2020

You are welcome Susan! We are also having features coming up for the next Lunar Eclipse starting next week, so make sure to check your emails if you are on the VIP list: https://satincrystals.com/pages/vip

Sheila :)

Susan Sisson - May 23, 2020

Thank you so much for the info! I’ll try the sea salt. The meteor is set with shungite and spinel.

Sheila Satin - May 23, 2020

Hi Susan, Moonlight is a great way to charge your meteorites, but I wouldn’t opt for the water for jewelry pieces set in metal. Instead I would place it on a crystal cluster or slab if you have one. Alternately, you could also place it in a bed of brown rice or sea salt. Let me know how it goes!

Here are some more ideas for crystal cleaning:
https://satincrystals.com/pages/crystal-care

And jewelry cleaning:
https://satincrystals.com/blogs/news/how-to-care-for-your-jewelry

😸

Sincerely,
Sheila Satin

Susan Sisson - May 23, 2020

Reading up on meteorites you say to clean, charge and program them. What’s the best way to do that when the pieces are in jewelry with other stones set in silver? Rain water under a full moon a good way?

Sheila Satin - May 11, 2020

Hello Shishir, thanks for your email. Unfortunately, we will not be able to identify your meteorite online. You will want to find a local mineral or meteorite dealer in your area to help you out in-person.

You could also try to post on www.mindat.org where there are many skilled minerogists.

Sincerely,
Sheila Satin

Shishir - May 11, 2020

Hello sir , I have a rough piece of meteor . I am sending you the picture of it. Please tell me the cost of it and also tell me that it was a meteor or not.

Lisa Satin - December 9, 2019

Thank you for reaching out to us. It’s exciting to know that you have 100’s of Nantan Meteorites- they are fantastic. For the sake of quality and authenticity, we hand-select each of our Meteorites personally. When we custom order unique pieces, we attain them from trusted, specialized Meteorite providers whom we have met personally and established a long-term relationship with. This is for the benefit of our business and our customers. We wish you the best of luck. -Lisa Satin

M.L. - December 9, 2019

Hi. I have a nice collection of few hundred stable Nantan meteorites I want to sell. These average about 2.5 grams. Let me know if you’re interested and I can send you some pix. Thanks.

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