To ancient Egyptians, iron was known as "the metal of heaven." The metal fell from the sky in the form of meteorites, as if a gift from the heavens and celestial gods. The dazzling metal was thus heavily associated with royalty and power and is abundant in royal items, including jewelry and daggers in Tutankhamen’s tomb.
No longer harvested from meteorites, iron still has magical potential. Mixed with corrosion-resistant metals, it becomes stainless steel, an alloy that resists damage from heat and rust. Handmade into sleek, glimmering perfection, the METEORITE collection is a nod to the enchanting beginnings of iron in ancient Egyptian history.