Flying Campo Del Cielo Meteorite (Argentina)

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Brass mechanism to display this 510g meteorite fallen in Argentina in Campo del Cielo area! This machine allows you to take in your hand this real meteorite that has been traveling across the universe, and to put it back flying again This meteorite fell on earth in Argentina 4000 years ago, Carbon dated with the trees squeezed under the meteorite… as this meteorite contains no Carbon. It has been first reported in 1576 by the spanish Conquistadores. It is mainly made of Kamacite: an alloy of Iron & Nickel, that doesn’t exist on earth, and can only be found in Meteorites! A piece of the history of the world that you can own.

Base Finsh: BRASS
Color/Finish: BRASS
Material: METAL
Width: 39cm
Height: 58.5cm
Depth: 27.5cm
Unique Piece

Brass mechanism to display this 510g meteorite fallen in Argentina in Campo del Cielo area! This machine allows you to take in your hand this real meteorite that has been traveling across the universe, and to put it back flying again This meteorite fell on earth in Argentina 4000 years ago, Carbon dated with the trees squeezed under the meteorite… as this meteorite contains no Carbon. It has been first reported in 1576 by the spanish Conquistadores. It is mainly made of Kamacite: an alloy of Iron & Nickel, that doesn’t exist on earth, and can only be found in Meteorites! A piece of the history of the world that you can own.

Base Finsh: BRASS
Color/Finish: BRASS
Material: METAL
Width: 39cm
Height: 58.5cm
Depth: 27.5cm
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Casalto was created in 2017 in Brussels by architect Eric Willemart. The project was born from a childhood dream and combining by the love of beautiful materials with stacking games.

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