Space Jewelry for Heavenly Jewelry Lovers – Eclipse Jewelry

Stars, Eclipses and Meteorites Inspire Artists and Jewelers

Eclipse pendant

Long before I became a jeweler I gazed into space at the stars. And was fascinated by heavenly phenomena. For a while I thought my dad was an Astronomer. It turns out he was an Astrologer. We didn’t live together, so I bonded with him at a distance by star gazing and picturing him doing research for NASA. Nope.

As a jewelry blogger I knew my blogger life would be incomplete without exploring jewelry from other space loving jewelers. I asked Lord Google to show me some examples of heavenly jewelry and I’ll share some of the space jewelry I found on my virtual search.

The Corona Necklace

Heavenly jewelry

“Corona” Necklace Inspired by the 2017 Eclipse. Onyx and Diamonds Portray Darkness to Light.

In honor of the total eclipse of the sun in Clarksville Tennessee, Elliott Herzlich, owner of Elliott’s Jeweler’s
in Clarksville decided to create a piece of jewelry to honor the historic event. I loved this piece so much I called him to ask a few questions.

He is indeed a space loving jeweler. His wife is Alisa White, President of Austin Peay State University in Clarksville, and a lover of science and collaboration. Their Physics and Astronomy Department partnered with NASA to do research starting two years before the total eclipse, tracking data and launching atmospheric testing devices.

Pictures were provided of various eclipses from NASA as an inspiration for Elliott’s beautiful Corona design. The Corona design celebrates how the eclipse looks after the totality (full eclipse) first reveals a peak at the sun.

Elliott has been a custom designing jeweler for over 40 years. Clarksville is expecting between 200,000 and 500,000 visitors for the 2017 Eclipse. Schools will be closed and events for kids, adults, and hard core science lovers will take place throughout the City of Clarksville.

Solar Eclipse Awesomeness


I love this solar eclipse necklace by Jewel Sculpts in Athens Greece.

It reminds me of my client Janie who traveled for years to exotic locales to see total eclipses.

One of my missions for her was to locate eclipse jewelry for her. This was back in the day before the internet.

Meteorite Jewelry


A Palladium Ring with a Piece of Meteorite! By Johan Rust

What better thing to do with a meteorite that has burned a path across the sky than to honor a piece of it in jewelry.

You’ll certainly have an “out of this world” piece of jewelry!

Meteorites all have different qualities so if you decide to get meteorite jewelry know that there are choices.

Getting all Technical about Space and a Meteorite


The Cosmos Necklace. Contains actual pieces of the Campo del Cielo meteorite! Wear a shooting star that fell to Earth thousands of years ago! From Diamonds and Coal

The necklace to the left was made from the Campo Del Cielo meteorite. Here’s information about it from Diamonds and Coal.

The Campo Del Cielo iron meteorites were discovered in 1571 about 500 miles northwest of Buenos Aries, Argentina. Testing proved the ‘rocks’ to be meteorites, something that had been claimed by the local inhabitants. It is estimated that the meteorites fell 4,000 – 6,000 years ago at Campo del Cielo (meaning “field of sky” or “heaven) in Gran Chaco, Gualambia. These meteorite fragments are made up iron, nickel, and many different scarce minerals, such as kamacite, taenite, plessite, triolite, graphite, and silicates.

Did you Know About Moissanite? From the Stars?

Moissanite Crater in Arizona

The Crater Moissanite was Found in.

See the crater that was created on earth when the material that eventually became moissanite came to earth.

It’s all in my blog post all about moissanite

If you want your meteorite jewelry to be under the radar think about moissanite which looks like a diamond!

I hope you enjoyed this trip to space, jewelry style.

Your Heavenly Jeweler,
Calla Gold

About Calla Gold

Calla Gold is a Personal Jeweler and Author who takes pride in working with clients one-on-one to integrate their personal sense of style and taste into custom designed jewelry and repaired jewelry pieces.   Unlike typical Santa Barbara jewelry businesses, Calla Gold has no brick-and-mortar location. Calla Gold comes to you, bringing you the jewelry collection you want to see and collaborating with you to create unique custom jewelry. Calla also works with at-a-distance clients.


  1. Antique Stores on August 28, 2014 at 3:27 am

    I love to collect antique jewelry and I already have some rare antique designed jewelry. I want to add a cosmos necklace in my jewelry collection. I hope, It will be a nice piece in my exciting collection. Thank you for sharing your space jewelry ideas.

    • Calla Gold on August 28, 2014 at 12:06 pm

      I’m glad you enjoyed the space jewelry examples!

  2. Dani Antman on August 15, 2017 at 8:24 pm

    I love these out of the world designs and stones! I am an alien at heart.

    • Calla Gold on August 17, 2017 at 8:39 am

      Hi Dani,
      Then we must have been separated at birth out in the Milky Way, because I’ve been pretty alien for years. I think I need to see Close Encounters again.
      Your Personal Jeweler,

  3. Sherrill Nickerson on August 16, 2017 at 3:22 pm

    A group of my friends are meeting in Casper, WYO for the eclipse. If I liked them more I would send each the eclipse pendant. Fortunately for my pocketbook, I don’t like them that much.

    • Calla Gold on August 17, 2017 at 8:43 am

      Hi Sherrill,
      I love that you are going to see the full on Eclipse. One of my clients really wanted to see it and finally called her chosen Oregon town to make reservations. Crickets, silence, no-vacancy all the way. She asked, “when did people start reserving rooms?”
      “Three years ago.”
      So she found an old High School friend in Oregon and has found a bed. But wow. Three years. I can see that if I’d impulsively decided to fly up to Oregon my lack of planning would have me on a rocky hilltop.
      Have a blast, Eclipse jeweler or not!
      Your Personal Jeweler,

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