Watch this space! We have invested thousands of pounds in new stock this Autumn!
Although we are slowing down on our long-distance shows, the website is booming!
No-one - NO-ONE - in the UK has the quantity and quality that we currently have in stock!
Wholesale customers always welcome!



Once again we've restocked with a range of highly
affordable Common Chondrites
from the Sahara.
These range from £5 - £100, and are available in
dealer lots or individually. There are some excellent
conker-sized crusted individuals at £15 - £20: great
Christmas gifts or collection-starters!

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When we were sorting out material for a recent
show, we were astonished to come across a bag
of Libyan Deser
t Glass we'd forgotten all about!
We had thought it unlikely we'd ever have any in
stock, given how expensive and hard to find it
has become!

Needless to say, these fifteen pieces are going to
be in great demand, so if you'd like one, we'd suggest
an early enquiry! They have masses from 10g -20g


Just arrived from North Africa: some large NWA unc.
stones with regmaglypts, weathered crust and some
orientation. These are decent examples with masses
from 200
to 500g


We have some decent-sized Sikhote Alin irons

The chunky example on the right (85g) has a really
beautiful patina and excellent regmaglypts.

The middle specimen has a mass of 176g and, again,
has wonderful features.

This A4 display contains decent-sized examples
of all six
Primitive Achondrites.
Larger samples of each can be included if desired!
Very, very hard to find all six of these, particularly
at a reasonable price.
The backing image is printed on heavy grade glossy
cars stock: the ash frame is glazed and treated.

Cintamani glass resembles both ‘classic’ indochinite and Muong Nong stratified tektites, as well as American types such as Saffordite and Columbianite. Although widely considered to be a variety of obsidian, an impact origin has not been completely ruled out.

We have obtained a limited amount of this unusual glass
which would be a great addition to any collection.
Moldavite - genuine Moldavite - is very, very hard to find
these days: what is available is incredibly expensive! We
have a few examples, mounted by Linda in .925 Sterling
silver. These are wonderful value and will sell very quickly!
It's been a while since we've been able to offer examples
of the fabulous and beautiful
Jepara pallasite: this rare
and highly-sought after stony-iron has been unobtainable
for several years!

When we were offered these by a long-time client who
is rationalising his collection we jumped straight in!
£30 to £200
After an incredible amount of form-filling, paperwork
and to-ing and fro-ing, we have managed to obtain
these beautiful museum grade examples of the famous
Campo del Cielo iron meteorite.

In addition, we have managed to obtain some
delightful (and rare!) smaller, stable examples in
the 300g - 350g range
We have acquired some terrific - and affordable - slices
of some of the rarer achondrites:
brachinites, howardites,
ureilites and rumurutites.
We've added some of the new
Tisserlitines to our large Lunar inventory. Call us for prices!

We have just acquired some really nice slices
of planetary and asteroidal achondrites: these
include lunars, martians, HEDs from 4-Vesta and
some larger examples of ungrouped achondrites
that are strongly believed to have originated on
Mercury. Contact us for details!
for details
We know of only one other dealer who has any of the
rare and intriguing impact glasses known as Wahbah Pearls.
Found only in the remote south east of Saudi Arabia, they
are associated with the Philby A & B and al Hadida craters.
They have a fascinating place in Arab mythology and are
deserving of a place in any serious collector's cabinet.
Stable'skeletons' of the Sericho pallasite from Kenya.
These resemble the extremely expensive Imilac
skeletons, but cost a fraction of the price!
Small, stable examples of the Sericho pallasite.

As far as we know, we are the only website
in the world that has all three UK impactites!

Top left: Bristol impact layer

Right: Isle of Skye
impact layer

Not shown but in stock: a few beautiful slices of
the Stac Fada suevite.

All of these are extremely hard to obtain!


All three known UK impactites in an A4 frame:
probably unobtainable elsewhere!

Stac Fada

Isle of Skye
impact layer

Bristol impact layer

Linda and I have been searching through a big
new delivery of material from Morocco: among
the excellent unclassified chondrites we found
some terrific individuals showing heavy shock
veining and brecciation: I've cut and polished
some thick slices and end-cuts that would be
a great addition to any collection!
From £20
We have managed to find some of the
Campo del Cielo megacrystals!
With masses from 135g - 215g, these are
stable, spectacular and would be a terrific
addition to any collection.
From £80
Linda's handmade meteorite and space-themed
jewellery make fabulous gifts and are surprisingly
affordable. These examples include Swarovski crystals
with Gibeon (left) and Seymchan
beads: all findings
are sterling silver. They can be found on the 'irons'
page of our jewellery website: click HERE
Our boxed meteorite and impactite sets are popular
with collectors, colleges and schools all over the world.
The glazed wooden case holds nine specimens, each
individually presented in an acrylic box. Those displayed
at left are our £135 'Specialist Set', and a set comprising
nine samples of the KT boundary layer from locations
around the globe (Plus a bonus sample of micro-tektites
from Hell Creek!) Further samples can be housed in the

Other sets are available: achondrites, irons etc.

We have some really excellent large slices of the
Seymchan pallasite.

These are from the outer regions of this
meteorite and do not display olivine crystals.
They range from 30g - 80g and are absolutely
stunning examples!

Additionally, we have similar (but smaller) slices
of the Muonionalusta iron from Sweden: these are
stable and beautifully etched

from £55
from £30

We have acquired examples of some
of the rarest impactites available:

* Zhamanshinite
* Anthraxolite
* Grey Sudbury melt rock
* Onaping
* Isle of Skye
impact layer
* Bristol impact layer
* Stac Fada suevite

Only limited amounts available!

This glazed A4 frame contains decent-sized
fragments of the three HED achondrite
types from the asteroid 4-Vesta: Howardite,
Eucrite and Diogenite. Many other similar
collections are available or can be custom-made
to your requirements! A great gift to a friend
or to yourself!
Getting hold of some genuine examples of
the Chelyabinsk
LL5 chondrite has been a
little problematical, but we've managed it!
We have a couple of hundred glossy 'peas',
as well as some decent larger samples:-
when they're gone, they're gone!