Is this made with a Real Lunar Meteorite?

We stand by the authenticity of our Moon Jewelry. Doug Ingalls and his wife Lynne Ingalls, purchased 55 grams of moon dust from Lunar meteorite NWA 12630 which amassed to a total of 583 grams and was originally discovered in Northwest Africa.  We have full documentation and provide a Certificate of Authenticity with every lunar meteorite dust product purchase. You can find our genuine lunar meteorite documented here

Lunar meteorites are far more rare than mere gold, diamonds or precious gems, fewer than 200 lunar (moon) meteorites have been documented to date. Make sure to avoid products that fail to name the meteorite number and those who refer to it as an unclassified lunar meteorite or claim it to be identical to another lunar meteorite. Another key factor is the origin of the Lunar Meteorite. The only places that have recorded findings of Lunar Meteorite are Antarctica, Northwest Africa and the country of Oman. If the company or individual you choose to purchase from is not able to provide clear documentation of their purchase of the material or classification of their Lunar Meteorite, proceed with caution! Unfortunately, fakes can arise and we are here to help you spot them.
As a consumer, please do your research!  Lastly, please note that none of the lunar material brought back by the Apollo 11 mission in 1969 was ever released for commercial use. If you have any further questions about the origin of our meteorite, documentation or authenticity, feel free to shoot our Customer Support Team an email at or give us a call at 407-386-3550 during our normal business hours of 9 am to 5 pm EST and we'd be happy to help!