Last week, I delivered several display bases and armatures for a collection of meteorites that were being auctioned in New York City. The Macovich Collection of Meteorites was assembled with a preference towards specimens with aesthetic qualities rather than scientific importance. One of the more remarkable space fragments was this zoomorphic mask-like Gibeon iron meteorite. Gibeon refers to a large group of iron meteorites found near the edge of the Kalahari desert in Namibia, all sharing a particularly high nickel content. The ‘eye holes’ within this meteorite were created through oxidation, occurring over thousands of years following its impact with Earth’s surface.