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Authentic Agatized Dinosaur Bone Ring Inlay
This wedding band is crafted from agatized dinosaur bone, a one-of-a-kind fossil material with a distinctive red color. The bone transforms into this remarkable form as minerals in the soil take the place of its cells, resulting in a material that retains the appearance of the capillary systems from these prehistoric creatures.
Muonionalusta Meteorite Ring Inlay
The Muonionalusta meteorite, believed to be the oldest known meteorite, struck northern Scandinavia over a million years ago. Discovered in Sweden in 1906, there are only 40 known pieces of this meteorite in existence. When ground, it creates a black dust with shimmering silver iron flecks. To enhance the beauty of our meteorite ring inlays, we add silver flecks to create a stunning design reminiscent of the night sky and the extraterrestrial origin of the meteorite.
Fossilized Amber Ring Inlay
Amber is a fossilized tree sap that takes on a warm honey-color over time. Made famous by the book and movie "Jurassic Park," we've included an eye-catching amber inlay in this design as a nod to the movie's iconic status.
Sterlium Plus Sterling Silver Ring
Our silver rings are handcrafted using a modern sterling silver alloy that is scratch-resistant and even more tarnish-resistant compared to standard sterling silver. Our silver rings contain no nickel and are a durable metal option ideal for dailywear.
We are proud to offer Sterlium Plus Silver. It's a unique silver alloy from Stuller that is more durable than traditional sterling silver. Due to its unique properties, Sterlium Plus is also more tarnish resistant and less likely to turn your finger green, yet still has the brilliant luster we love to see in our rings.
Each Ring is Handcrafted in North Carolina
We are proud to craft each ring by hand in North Carolina, and honored to play a small role in the "Made in USA" movement taking place across the nation and sharing a part in our American heritage.