Where The Hell Are All These Watch Companies Getting Their Meteorite Dials From?

This rock, born billions of years ago, traveled across the universe just to find its final resting place on your wrist. It’s kind of a nice thought. Meteorite works well as a watchmaking material because it not only has a distinctive look, but a cool story. It also relies on the notion that it is rare, exotic, and special — to the point that it might make some people wonder: shouldn’t meteorite have some kind of protected status, to be studied by people in lab coats? And how the hell are these watch brands getting their hands on this presumably scarce material?

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