Dinosaur Bone and Diamond Ring



This dinosaur bone and .12ctw diamond ring is featured in 14K white gold with inlaid dinosaur bone.

Product Details:

Ring / Setting Information

Stones

Style #: L-1420

Type: Dinosaur Bone

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

Shape: Inlay

Band Width: 6.35mm

Number: 2

Setting Type: Inlay

Diamond Carat Weight: .12ct

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Designed and hand crafted in 14K white gold by the amazing artists at Park City Jewelers, this band boasts the distinct boldness and rarity of inlaid dinosaur bone dramatically set at an angle. At the center of the striking dinosaur bone inlays, channel set diamonds add the perfect brilliant accent. This boldly handsome band is created with natural elements, unique and rare for that one of a kind man in your life. This ring will be created for you in your choice of 14K white gold, 14K yellow gold, or 14K rose gold.

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.