Seymchan is a pallasite meteorite found in the dry bed of the river Hekandue, a left tributary of river Yasachnaya in the Magadan district, Russia, near the settlement of Seymchan, in June 1967.
The meteorite is part of an Iron planetary core that formed past Mars 4.5 Billion years ago when two planetoids collided. This piece is older than the earth and in fact life itself and traveled more than 360 million miles to earth.
The Seymchan meteorite is unique in that it contains the very rare element Iridium which prevents the iron piece from rusting. The layering pattern of the metals in the ring are actually metallic crystals that can only form in the zero gravity of space. It also means that no two pieces are the same.
This is a special ring, carved out of the iron meteorite and with a unique holographic look this piece is ripe with both history and lore that outdates anything made by human hands.