Iron Rain

Astronomers speak of dwarf suns that inhabit our universe, where iron rains down from metallic clouds.

These "failed stars" are called brown dwarfs and are much cooler than our sun or other stars that are hot enough to trigger fusion reactions. Instead, brown dwarfs, at a mere 3000°F, have intense weather patterns, much like those on Jupiter or Neptune, except at temperatures high enough to vaporize iron into clouds.

In a more down-to-Earth concept, our Iron Rain collection features dark blue and black jewelry with plenty of shine, or space and galaxy themed jewelry, enough to excite ideas about our interstellar cousins and the weather they might be having.