This ring will be made to order just for you! We will ship this ring within 5 weeks of your order being placed.
The Stargazer was Inspired by Galileo, who discovered the Milky Way and those who search the night sky for the immense beauty it holds. We combine a sustainable sourced 100% recycled gold ring base with meteorite to craft this stunning ring that glimmers like the night sky. Our crafters hand place gold flakes into the Muonionalusta Meteorite dust inlay to create a design that is truly out of this world. Match the Stargazer with The Phoenix for a couple’s ring set that captures the brilliance of both the night and daytime sky.
The Stargazer Gold Wedding Band Features:
- SCS certified 100% recycled gold ring base
- Muonionalusta meteorite ring inlay with solid gold flakes
Available in: 10K, 14K or 18K yellow gold, rose gold or white gold
Fit: Comfort Fit
- Free ring size-from-home kit available*
Available Widths: 4mm, 5mm, 6mm, 7mm, 8mm
- Handcrafted in North Carolina, USA
- Made to order just for you
- Limited Lifetime Warranty
Why Choose a 100% Recycled Gold Ring?
Our 100% recycled gold wedding bands and rings use a sustainable form of refined gold that is just as pure and valuable as standard gold but eliminates the negative environmental and social impacts caused by gold mining. This gold wedding band is the perfect way to symbolize your unique style and love while passing on that love and care to our people, our planet, and future generations.
Whether you choose White Gold for its cool tones, Rose Gold for its rosy hue, or Yellow Gold for its classic look, your one-of-a-kind gold ring will outshine the average big box jewelry store plain design any day.
Each gold blank used here at Rustic and Main is sourced from Stuller, a brand established in 1970. We are proud to work with a like-minded business that believes in an Earth First Commitment and that every business should operate with social responsibility in mind. Stuller is certified through the Responsible Jewellery Council which holds each business accountable for protecting the human rights of those involved in the jewelry supply chain.
Muonionalusta Meteorite Ring Inlay with Solid Gold Flakes
The Muonionalusta meteorite said to be the oldest known meteorite, impacted northern Scandinavia around one million years BCE. The first fragment was found in Kitkiöjärvi, Sweden in 1906. There are around 40 pieces of Muonionalusta meteorite known to exist. The ground meteorite produces a black dust with shimmers of silvery iron. We add gold flakes into each meteorite ring inlay to create a unique design reminiscent of the night sky and the space from which it came.