Watch this space! We have invested thousands of pounds in new stock this month!


We have aquired several excellent samples
of the famous
Allende CV3. They display many
obvious chondrules in a sooty matrix with whitish
calcium-aluminium inclusions. Like most of
the carbonaceous chondrites, Allende has been
found to contain numbers of amino acids!
This famous meteorite is becoming difficult to
obtain and won't be available for long.
From £50
Now that the export of Campo del Cielo irons
is increasingly difficult, large examples such as
this 1689g individual are becoming hard to source.
We have a small selection that have just been
added to our inventory: e-mail or 'phone for
current availability.
Just arrived from North Africa: some beautiful
unclassified common chondrites. These have crust,
orientation and regmaglypts and are among the
best examples we've been able to offer recently!
There are some real clonkers with masses over 800g
30p / gram
We have acquired three beautiful, large
slices of the Seymchan pallasite: they
have a number of translucent green and
orange olivine crystals and both are very
stable items, suitable for display. Such
large slices are rarely available in the UK!


223g £700
Some of you may know that the export
of Campo del Cielo irons is now subject
to even more restrictions. Accordingly, we
have added a large number of smaller
specimens in the 200g - 300g range to our
inventory. These are impressive and
very keenly priced: they require a little more
curation than our really large samples.
We have some beautiful slices of the
Seymchan pallasite!

These are stable, translucent and among
the most attractive we have had for a while!
These unclassified NWA chondrites have primary
and secondary crust, regmaglypts and some obvious
chondrules and chondrule pits. We have masses
from 20g up to 500g.

Premium specimens at budget prices, so first come,
first served!
25p / gram

These beautiful Campo del Cielo irons look
terrific on display! Their
masses range from
750g to 1500g and, like all our Campos, are
well-marked and stable.
Contact us for details!

From £300
We've restocked with some affordable pieces of
Libyan Desert Glass that range from 24g - 80g.
These fill the gap in our inventory of smaller
and larger individuals. Very hard to obtain these
days and sure to rise in value.
£1 / g
We've just invested in some of the very best
Sikhote Alin and Canyon Diablo samples we've
ever had! These fill the gap in our inventory of
smaller and larger individuals and range from
35g to 80g. Sure to sell quickly at these prices!
From £30
We have managed to obtain a few really
excellent large pieces of Sikhote Alin shrapnel.
These are
beautifully marked and in pristine
condition: so hard to obtain nowadays!

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
* Stac Fada suevite
* Bristol impact layer

Only limited amounts available!


Found in March, 2013, NWA 7977 is a
greenish diogenite, composed almost
entirely of orthopyroxene.
Some of our examples contain translucent
crystals that give them a pallasite-like

Similar - and just as impressive - is
NWA 7831: it too is predominantly green,
but even more translucent!
Discovered in March, 2013 in Morocco, this
is a great way to add a large diogenite to
your collection: we have plenty of good-sized
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!

This boxed set contains nine different samples
of Australian meteorites and impactites:-

* Huckitta
* Mundrabilla
* Henbury
* Wolf Creek
* Millbillillie
* Cook 001
* Darwin Glass
* Australite
* Murchison

With a laminated data-sheet, this
set really is phenomenal value!

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 dozen glossy 'peas':
as well as some decent larger samples:-
when they're gone, they're gone!