An incredible combination of rare materials make this titanium ring a genuine statement piece. The titanium ring is inlaid with gorgeous Gibeon Meteorite and authentic dinosaur bone. A sleek titanium pinstripe separates the meteorite and dinosaur bone. Each element has its own wonderfully unique pattern that is sure to have heads turning.
The Meteorite shows a fantastic Widmanstätten pattern. It has been etched with an acid to reveal the characteristic patterns, or Widmanstätten figures, of iron meteorites. No two etched meteorites will have the exact same pattern. Dinosaur Bone is scarce therefore Dinosaur Bone colors cannot be guaranteed as pictured when your ring is made.
Available in flat profile as a Signature Style SKU SIG3011 – without customization, this ring ships within 3-5 business days (subject to desired size availability).
Crushed vs. Solid Dinosaur Bone Opt for solid if you'd like a more prominent pattern and bolder color. Crushed dinosaur bone is coated with Ring Armor protection (includes lifetime warranty), usually has a darker color, more subtle pattern and costs less.
RING LAYOUT - Titanium Ring With Gibeon Meteorite And Dinosaur Bone Separated By Titanium Pinstripe-1622
Ring Width: 8 mm
Ring Sleeve: Titanium
Ring Profile: Flat
Ring Finish: Polished
0.5 mm Titanium
3 mm Dinosaur Bone
1 mm Titanium
3 mm Gibeon Meteorite
0.5 mm Titanium
This ring has a comfort fit.
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:
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This ring is not re-sizable.
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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.