This extraordinary meteorite wedding band wraps bona fide Gibeon meteorite and rare genuine dinosaur bone around a titanium ring. The smooth matte-finished titanium band adds a strong, lightweight element that complements the meteorite and dinosaur bone.
Gibeon meteorites are composed of an iron-nickel alloy containing significant amounts of cobalt and phosphorus. The crystal structure of this meteorite provides a classic example of fine octahedrite and the Widmanstätten pattern is appreciated for its beauty both by collectors and designers of jewelry.
Agatized dinosaur bone is the result of fossilized bone from dinosaurs in which the cellular structure has been replaced by quartz leaving the bone structure intact. Dinosaur bone ranges in color from brown to black with splotches of red, blue and yellow. The coloring is the result of impurities that were around in the surrounding sediment.
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 - Meteorite Wedding Band Ring with Dinosaur Bone and Titanium-1783
Ring Width: 8 mm
Ring Sleeve: Titanium
Ring Profile: Flat
Ring Finish: Matte
2 mm Gibeon Meteorite
2 mm Dinosaur Bone
4 mm Gibeon Meteorite
This ring has a comfort fit.
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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.