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The Story Behind the Ring
Muonionalusta Meteorite Ring Inlay
The Muonionalusta meteorite said to be the oldest known meteorite, impacted northern Scandinavia around one million years BCE. The first fragment was found in Kitkiöjärvi, Sweden in 1906. There are around 40 pieces of Muonionalusta meteorite known to exist. The ground meteorite produces a black dust with shimmers of silvery iron. We add silver flecks into each meteorite ring inlay to create a unique design reminiscent of the night sky and the space from which it came.
Authentic Agatized Dinosaur Bone Ring Inlay
This rare form of dinosaur bone is created as minerals in the soil replace the cells of the dinosaur bone. The result is a reddish hue that still resembles the capillary systems of these ancient creatures.
Fossilized Amber Ring Inlay
When tree sap fossilizes it forms a honey-colored rock called amber. As Amber was an iconic element of the book and the movie, Jurassic Park, we included a distinctive amber ring inlay in this design.
Women's Titanium Wedding Band
Titanium is an extremely durable metal, making it highly resistant to scratches, dents, and other forms of wear and tear. Titanium is also lightweight, making it a comfortable choice for everyday wear, and hypoallergenic, making it ideal for individuals with sensitive skin. Further, titanium has a modern and sleek appearance, making it a stylish and contemporary choice for a women's wedding band. Overall, titanium offers a combination of durability, comfort, and style, making it a popular choice for wedding jewelry.