This man wanted his wife-to-be to have a truly unique engagement ring, so he carved her one by hand out of a meteorite rock.
Chadmanx posted his method - and the beautiful result - on Imgur.
He said the ring looks even better in real life and glitters when the sun hits it.
The ring took around 35-40 hours over two months. It took him two months to find the time because he and his fiance do "literally everything" together, so finding alone time and coming up with excuses was difficult.
However, it appeared to be worth the wait.
He explained how to buy a "space rock" to make into a ring: "I had never bought a meteorite before and they're all listed in grams which means nothing to me.
"This one was ~120g and cost about $140. Advice: ask the seller to explain the shape of the rock! Mine had a divot in it that would ultimately change the outcome of the ring."
He painstakingly drilled and shaped the rock for hours until he had an inner ring.
He then ground off the jagged edges until it was in the shape of a ring.
There was a mishap where he accidentally made the ring too thin at one point - but decided to keep it as his fiancee could keep the jagged edge on the ring and say that was the part which was exposed to space.
He then spent four hours sanding it down by hand.
He then spent more time hand-filing and sanding it until it looked how he wanted.
The band was then silver - but it needed to be etched as all meteorites have a unique pattern, and he wanted the ring to show that.
The final step was to use etching fluid on the ring to show off its unique pattern.
He said: "Every edge of the etch is unique. I could stare at this thing for hours.".
All of the hours of hard work paid off - he proposed to his girlfriend with the ring and she agreed to marry him.
He wrote: "She loves it! And she loves that I made it. She's not a fan of diamonds, so I didn't attach a gem to it. Maybe she'll decide to later, but for now, it's perfect!"
For more pictures of the ring, and more information on how he made it, look at his