Rare meteorite space chondrite called Bassikounou. It is a rocky piecde with grey, orange, brown tones. 19 millimeters.
Rare meteorite space chondrite called Bassikounou. It is a rocky piecde with grey, orange, brown tones. 19 millimeters. Meteorite Bassikounou Collectible Rare Exceptional Shiny Space Rock Happy Treasure of Universe C50 (Star Bright 19mm) Meteorite Bassikounou Collectible Rare Exceptional Shiny Space Rock Happy Treasure of Universe C50 (Star Bright 19mm) Meteorite Bassikounou Collectible Rare Exceptional Shiny Space Rock Happy Treasure of Universe C50 (Star Bright 19mm) Meteorite Bassikounou Collectible Rare Exceptional Shiny Space Rock Happy Treasure of Universe C50 (Star Bright 19mm) Meteorite Bassikounou Collectible Rare Exceptional Shiny Space Rock Happy Treasure of Universe C50 (Star Bright 19mm) Meteorite Bassikounou Collectible Rare Exceptional Shiny Space Rock Happy Treasure of Universe C50 (Star Bright 19mm)
$175.00
  • RARE DEEP SPACE METEORITE ROCK: This sparkling slice of space is an H5 Chondrite called Bassikounou. Open yourself up to new dimensions, thoughts, ideas and experiences when you hold the Meteorite near and dear to you. This rare treasure works as an astral journey meditation stone or the prize of your starborn collection.

  • TWENTY SIX MILLION YEARS OLD: This rare piece is from Bassikounou, Hodh Ech Chargui, Mauritania in Africa. A massive fireball split the sky over northern Mauritania and southern Western Sahara on October 12 of 2006. Your specimen is a natural rocky silver and gold piece with amazing pattern.

  • CHANNELS UNIVERSAL ENERGY: Meteorite space stones channel the energy of the universe into the palm of your hands. This helps clarify your individual life purpose in the grand scheme of things. They are exciting to touch and make fascinating conversational pieces.

  • ONE OF A KIND: This one of a kind gem measures 19 x 16 x 3 millimeters and weighs 1.3 grams. You receive the exact piece seen in the pictures.

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