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Three Stone Ring With Dinosaur Bone & Meteorite

Find an estimated size with our sizing kit (free with purchase), free sizing app or visit a local jeweler. Then, order a custom sizer in your estimated size to ensure your perfect fit.

This amazing, alternative three-stone ring features genuine Gibeon meteorite and dinosaur bone inlays. Its faux tension setting showcases three stones of your choosing; available here with alexandrite, moissanite or garnet, but customize with other gemstones, if desired. 

RING LAYOUT - Three Stone Ring With Dinosaur Bone & Meteorite-2007
Ring Width: 8.5 mm tapered to 3 mm
Ring Sleeve: 14k White Gold
Ring Profile: Flat
Ring Finish: Polished

0.75 mm 14k White Gold
1.5 mm Dinosaur Bone
0.75 mm 14k White Gold
2.5 mm Three Stones (See below)
0.75 mm 14k White Gold
1.5 mm Gibeon Meteorite*
0.75 mm 14k White Gold

Stone (Qty 3): Alexandrite (Chatham Created), Tsavorite Garnet (Genuine, AA) or Moissanite (Forever One Colorless)
Shape/Size: Round, 3 mm
Setting: Faux Tension

This ring has a standard fit.


We highly recommend that you get your ring size in a STANDARD 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.


*Due to the unique twist design of this ring, it can’t be engraved.

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*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.

**Natural materials can vary from specimen to specimen by having different color hues, tints, shades, tones, and textures. Therefore, the item you receive may be different than the images and the specifications provided in the description. Alexandrite stones vary from purple to green, depending on the stone, angle, and lighting. Learn more about Alexandrites on our guide to colored gemstones.