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The Solstice | Men's Dinosaur Bone, Meteorite & Turquoise Sterling Silver Ring

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Available widths: 6mm, 7mm, & 8mm
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This ring will be made to order just for you! We will ship this ring within 5 weeks of your order being placed.

Combining natural turquoise, authentic dinosaur bone, and rare Muonionalusta meteorite, this silver ring commemorates the turning points in life that occur with every solstice. A solstice symbolizes how life changes in connection to the sun and stars. The craftsmanship of this distinctive ring reflects the beauty of our universe and the hope that surrounds every new beginning.

The Solstice Features:

  • SCS certified 100% recycled silver ring base
  • Authentic agatized dinosaur bone fossil from Utah
  • Muonionalusta meteorite ring inlay
  • Natural aquamarine Sleeping Beauty turquoise ring inlay
  • Fit: Comfort fit
  • Finish: Polished
  • Available Widths: 6mm, 7mm, 8mm
  • Free ring size-from-home kit available*
  • Handcrafted to order in North Carolina, USA
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
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FREE RING SIZING KIT

We will ship you a Free Ring Sizing Kit 1-2 days after you place an order when you select "I HAVE NOT used a Rustic & Main Sizer"

Hand Size:

  • Small - sizing kit includes ring sizes 5-6.5 + plus a medium sizer
  • Medium - (most common) sizing kit includes ring sizes 7-12.5 only
  • Large - sizing kit includes ring sizes 13-16 plus a medium sizer

Note: Ring size smaller than what is listed in our kits or unsure of your ring size? Reach out to us via email, phone or live chat so we can assist you further.

Your custom sizer(s) will arrive with instructions on how to use the sizer and how to update your ring size and width for your order when you’ve determined the best fit.

We will not start making your ring until your ring size and width has been added to your order.

Want to change this design or don’t see what you want? We can customize most existing designs or custom make a ring from scratch. Please contact us with questions.

The Story Behind the Ring

Sterlium Plus Silver

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.

Muonionalusta Meteorite Ring Inlay

The Muonionalusta meteorite was first discovered in northern Sweden in 1906. There are around 40 pieces known to exist. We finely ground this rare meteorite to produce a black dust with shimmers of silvery iron. We've added silver flecks into the meteorite ring inlay to create a unique design reminiscent of the night sky and the space from which it came.

Natural Turquoise Ring Inlay

The natural aquamarine-colored turquoise used in this custom ring is a rare high-quality Sleeping Beauty Turquoise from the Globe, Arizona Sleeping Beauty mine. Considered the “Tiffany of Turquoise” and recognized as the cleanest, purest colored turquoise you’ll find.

Natural turquoise is unaltered by any chemical processes and is not dyed. One of the first gemstones to ever be mined, turquoise has long been celebrated by ancient cultures as a stone of protection, wisdom, good fortune, and hope.

Authentic Agatized Dinosaur Bone Ring Inlay

We use authentic agatized dinosaur bone fossils found in Utah. This unique form of agatized 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. The bones are normally stand-alone and not part of a full or even partial skeleton, so it can be very difficult to identify a particular species they come from.