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Tateossian claim to en­joy noth­ing more than push­ing the bound­aries of jew­ellery de­sign and with their In­ter­stel­lar Col­lec­tion they have most def­i­nitely suc­ceeded in their man­date. The cuff­links fea­ture a pave of 125 white di­a­monds (0.43ct) and are avail­able in 18k gold. But it is the stone set within the matte black gold or­ganic bezel that de­mands the $31,000 price tag.

The ex­tremely rare Lu­nar me­te­orites are col­lected in the Sa­hara Desert and au­then­ti­cated by the Me­te­orit­cal So­ci­ety by com­par­ing the com­po­si­tion of these rocks with sam­ples taken on the Apollo space mis­sions. Formed on the sur­face of the moon, in an ex­tremely dry en­vi­ron­ment with no free oxy­gen and lit­tle grav­ity, Lu­nar ig­neous rocks have a crys­talli­sa­tion age that is older than any known rocks on Earth, mak­ing the stones in this col­lec­tion truly one of a kind. These out of this world cuf­fllinks fea­ture a Lu­nar Breccia me­te­orite with fay­alitic olivines, mean­ing each piece is truly unique and one of a kind.

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