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Black Diamond Wedding Ring For Men With Meteorite And Dino Bone-2356

Ships in 1-2 business days. After receipt, follow the instructions included to determine your estimated size. Then, we suggest you order a custom sizer for the most accurate sizing.
Yes, please! (most accurate if ring is 4mm wide or less)
No. I will order a custom sizer. (recommended)
No. I already know my accurate size.

Add a gemstone to his wedding band, at Jewelry by Johan you can customize and design your very own personal ring(s). This black diamond wedding ring is made with a sandblasted titanium finish. With real gibeon meteorite and fossilized dinosaur bone, this men’s ring is the perfect representation of your love and his taste in jewelry.

Crushed vs. Solid Dinosaur Bone Opt for solid dinosaur bone if you'd like a more prominent pattern and bolder color. Crushed dinosaur bone, which has a lower cost, usually results in a darker color, more subtle pattern and is coated with our Ring Armor protection.

RING LAYOUT
Ring Width: 8 mm
Ring Sleeve: Titanium
Ring Profile: Round
Ring Finish: Sandblasted*

1 mm Titanium
2 mm Dinosaur Bone
2 mm Gibeon Meteorite**
3 mm Titanium (With Diamonds)

Stone: Black Diamond (Qty: 2)
Shape/Size: Round, 0.9 mm
Setting: Full Bezel – 14k White Gold


This ring is made with a comfort fit.

RING FITTING:

We highly recommend that you get your ring size in a COMFORT FIT measured by reputable jewelers UNTIL at least 2 agree on the same size (law of averages). To ensure we will be making your ring the proper fit, please read the following links:

Ring Sizing Info

This ring is not re-sizable.

ENGRAVING:

Add a personal message with our laser engraving text.

Contact Us for help with any questions or special requests!

*The mineral troilite is present in meteorite and may be visible in your finished item. If you’d like to ensure no troilite can be seen, purchase the troilite-free meteorite add-on. Learn more about troilite in meteorite jewelry.

**Sandblasted titanium/precious metal rings, like all jewelry metals, will acquire surface scratches or scuffs through everyday wear. Scratches will be particularly evident in new ring, but as the ring is worn it will develop a natural and even pattern.