Dinosaur Bone Strip and Channel Set Diamond Ring

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Precious Metal: White Gold

Size: 5

SKU M-1420W-5

14K White Gold .10ctw Diamond & Dinosaur Bone Inlay Ring

Unleash your unique spirit with our 14K White Gold .10ctw Diamond & Dinosaur Bone Inlay Ring. Handcrafted by the award-winning artists at Park City Jewelers, this exquisite piece harmoniously marries ancient history and contemporary elegance, resulting in an unforgettable experience of luxury for just $1695.

This extraordinary ring features audaciously inlaid dinosaur bone, renowned for its rarity and bold allure. The angled arrangement of the bone highlights its distinct texture and pattern, making a bold statement of individuality and taste.

Elegantly situated at the heart of the dinosaur bone inlays is a row of sparkling diamonds, channel set for maximum brilliance. These diamonds are not merely accents; they are bright constellations that guide the eye along the Jurassic journey etched into this ring.

Choose from 14K white gold, 14K yellow gold, or 14K rose gold to tailor the piece to your preferred style, creating an artifact that's not just bought, but experienced. This unique band, created with natural elements and rare dinosaur bone, is ideal for that one-of-a-kind individual who appreciates rarity, history, and the subtle artistry of finely crafted jewelry.

Your satisfaction is our priority, evident in our free 2-day shipping and lifetime warranty. Embrace a piece of prehistory with Park City Jewelers' Diamond & Dinosaur Bone Inlay Ring and indulge in the timelessness of fine artistry.

Dinosaur Bone FAQ

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Ring / Setting Information


Style #: L-1420

Type: Dinosaur Bone

Metal Type: Available in 14K White, Yellow, or Rose Gold

Shape: Inlay

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Number: 2

Setting Type: Inlay

Diamond Carat Weight: .12ct

Product Measurements

Widest Width (A): 6.35mm

Thickness (B): 2.5mm

Band Width (C): 6.35mm

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Agatized dinosaur bone fossils are found throughout the world. In order to agatize they had to be petrified sometime between 65,000,000 to 230,000,000 years ago. Once an animal dies, the organic bone must be covered by volcanic ash, volcanic lava flow, volcanic mud-flows, sediments in lakes and swamps, mud/silt/clays washed in by floods, or landslides. After burial in an environment where oxygen has been excluded, preventing decay, petrification occurs by replacing the original organic material. Fossils are formed once the ground water first dissolves out the tissue and leaves minerals in its place.