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A Piece Of A Long Lost World

Aesthetics are from all that dinosaur bone rings have to add to your jewelry. They are also staggeringly old, making up a piece of the Earth’s animal history, its eon-long geological processes, and humanity’s triumph of science.

As the rocks that contain ring-grade Gembone are only really found in one geographic area, we can follow them back in time to their exact origin – around 150 million years into the past, during the late Jurassic period! Read on to learn how these fossils come to be formed.

The giant-size reptiles that roamed the Jurassic age usually died in a place rich in moving sediments, such as a lake, riverbed, or ocean. The bones are then buried and slowly become fossils as the sediment is enough to save them from decomposition.

Know Your Ring: Dino Bone

In every mans life, there is that moment when Um You know what? Screw the usual fancy-shmancy intro, with its flashy words and poetic language. You only need to read two words to know this one is going to be special, Bro: Dino. Bone.

Yeah, we know. We squealed a bit too when we got our hands on this kick-ass material to use in even more kick-ass rings. And why wouldnt we? Dinosaurs represent so much of what it means to be a Manly Man: Childlike wonder, respect for the past, animalistic power, and gigantic scaly tails What? You You dont have a tail too? I mean, right. Yes. We dont have enormous tails either. Glad we are all in agreement. Lets move on.

Anyways, for everything any of our other awesome materials can bring to the table, even our amazing wood and antler rings, or that sweeeeet Meteorite, Dino Bone rings just have something that cant be matched. Its the poster child for natural, older than almost anything we offer, and Dude Its made of freaking DINOSAUR! Imagine telling your 7 year-old self you could one day own a real Dino ring. You know how excited he would be? You see how excited Today-You is? So, lets do this! Its Time To Know Your Ring!

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Dinosaur Bone And Meteorite Ring

Tungsten Meteorite And Dinosaur Bone Ring

Black Zirconium Tan Dinosaur Bone and Gibeon Meteorite Ring with Desert ...


This ring contains real pieces of meteorite and dinosaur bone. Each piece is handmade in the USA and comes with a certificate of authenticity.

This ring contains Campo Del Cielo meteorite shavings, Dinosaur Tooth, and Dinosaur Gembone. The band is made from tungsten and is 8mm wide.

The ring inlay is sealed with Cyanoacrylate. This provides a durable, scratch resistant, and water-resistant finish.

This rings are handmade with each piece of meteorite and opal being painstakingly placed. Therefore each ring is unique and may not exactly match the pictures above. If you would like us to go heavier/lighter on the opal or meteorite add it to the order notes and Ill be happy to customize it. This will not effect the price.

The bands are made from tungsten and cannot be resized. It is important to get the correct size so visit a local jeweler and ask them to measure your finger.

Each ring comes with a Certificate of Authenticity describing the inlay materials and where they are sourced.


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Genuine Dinosaur Bone Ring & Wedding Bands

Representing millions of years of preserved perfection, dinosaur bone rings from feature beautiful and vibrant inlays of genuine dinosaur fossil. By utilizing the latest techniques, our skilled master jewelers are able to incorporate these rare prehistoric artifacts into truly wondrous rings for him and her.

Fossilized bones and coprolite are polished and cut to fit special channels carved directly into rings band for a smooth, seamless finish. Each inlay is hand-selected for its unique color and texture, from nature-inspired patterns that mimic bark and wood, to bold, blood-red bone inlays. Brown, red, blue, green, pink, whiteour fossils come in a variety of colors, so you have plenty of styles and shades to choose from. No two fossils are exactly the same, either, so the inlay embedded within your ring is as special as you are!

Dinosaur bone rings are a great way to blend history, tradition, and cutting-edge technology. You can highlight the myriad colors in your fossil with a bright, white tungsten band. For an even more modern look, juxtapose those vibrant colors with a black ceramic band.

Green Meteorite Dinosaur Bone Ring


This ring contains Campo Del Cielo meteorite shavings, Dinosaur Bone, and Dinosaur Tooth. The band is made from black ceramic and is 8mm thick.

The ring inlay is sealed with Cyanoacrylate. This provides a durable, scratch resistant, and water-resistant finish.

This rings are handmade with each piece of meteorite and opal being painstakingly placed. Therefore each ring is unique and may not exactly match the pictures above. If you would like us to go heavier/lighter on the opal or meteorite add it to the order notes and Ill be happy to customize it. This will not effect the price.

The bands are made from ceramic and cannot be resized. It is important to get the correct size so visit a local jeweler and ask them to measure your finger.

Each ring comes with a Certificate of Authenticity describing the inlay materials and where they are sourced.


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Caring For Your Dinosaur Ring

As your ring will contain a precious piece of the past that has gracefully aged for hundreds of millions of years, you will no doubt want to ensure that you are caring for it properly.

Dinosaur bone ranges from 6-7 on the Mohs scale of hardness. This puts it close but slightly above opal, which measures between 5-6.5. This means that you need to ensure that you are careful to avoid unnecessary scratch, chip, or dent risks to your ring or band.

Some of this can be done by removing your ring during risky activities, such as housework, physical exertion, and swimming. Also, be sure to avoid exposure to harsh chemicals.

Outside of these preventative measures, you should make sure to follow a regular cleaning regime of wiping your ring with a soft cloth to defeat the buildup of oils and grim – or use a toothbrush and mild soap to gently clean it in more extreme cases.

Every ring and band from Rings by Lux comes with a special finish to prevent it from avoidable degradation and scratch risks, but with ancient dinosaur bone, your care is required too!

Double Helix Dna Ring With Meteorite And Dinosaur Bone

Damascus meteorite dinosaur bone ring

This ring cannot be resized.

To ensure the perfect fit and be covered by our no-cost remake policy, order a custom ring sizer in your presumed ring size.

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If you don’t see your desired ring size available for order, please contact us.

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We also offer Image Engraving for logos, icons, fingerprints and more.


Please note: Non-metal materials cannot be engraved. This includes materials coated with Ring Armor and mokume gane. We also cannot engrave rings less than 4mm wide.

A custom gemstone engagement ring or garnet wedding ring. This 10k white gold wedding band is designed to look like a DNA structure with gemstones and unique materials accenting the band. A green tsavorite garnet sits on top of the ring with crushed dinosaur bone on each side. Following the dino bone down the band are two round cut Forever One Moissanites , ending with an inlay of gibeon meteorite and crushed synthetic opal.

RING LAYOUT – Gemstone Engagement Ring, Unique DNA Ring With Meteorite And Dinosaur Bone-2623Ring Width: 5.25 mmRing Sleeve: 10k White GoldRing Profile: Custom DNARing Finish: Polished

5.25 mm DNA Style with Crushed Dinosaur Bone , Gibeon Meteorite , And Crushed Synthetic Opal

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Designing A Dinosaur Bone Ring

Its official: were married and Gavin is sporting his new dinosaur bone ring!

We didnt even know this was a thing, but Gavin knew he wanted a cool mens wedding band instead of going the traditional route.

He was searching online mens wedding bands retailers and stumbled upon Jewelry by Johan.

This was a jeweler that we never heard of before, but Gavins noticed they were based in Minnesota, Karens home state.

Upon further research, we found that Jewelry by Johan was based in Karens hometown, literally a mile down the road from her high school!

We knew it was kismet, and decided to create a custom designed ring for Gavin while we were back in Oakdale, Minnesota visiting Karens family over Christmas.

Style Number: Sgdb006jurassic Ring Series

Fossil fragments of dinosaur bones from the end of the Cretaceous period , and fragments of meteorites from the universe.This 8mm Black Sandblasted Tungsten Carbide Wedding Ring features 100% authentic crushed dinosaur bone fossils and meteorite fragments. The silver-white extraterrestrial meteorite is in strong contrast with the red ancient fossils of life, just like the fusion of an ice dragon and a fire dragon.Each ring comes with a signed Certificate of Authenticity.Each dinosaur bone is sealed in a marine-grade waterproof coating. Saga Bands started in 2008 and has been making rings for over 10 years, we have the skills to make the most durable rings.This ring features a snug fit inside the ring, which means the center of the ring is true to size and slightly larger toward the edge of the ring. The tight fit makes the ring easier to put on and take off and more comfortable on the finger.Some people like the way the ring fits snugly against the finger and will order a ring slightly smaller than the ring size.

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Meteorite Dinosaur Bone Rings

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Genuine Dinosaur Bone Wedding Band And Rings

Looking for something extraordinary? Youll love our stylish Dinosaur Bone Inlaid Tungsten Carbide Ring. Dinosaur bone jewelry is one of the most unique types in the world. Actually, its not bone but a combination of minerals that replaced dinosaur bones over millions of years. Due to the unique and rare colors and patterns found in these fossils, gembone is often considered the worlds greatest treasure.

We use agatized dinosaur fossil for our dinosaur wedding rings in which the original fossilized bone has been re-mineralized, or replaced, with silica-based compounds, such as chalcedony, jasper, agate or opal. This rare process in which the calcite in the original fossils for your dinosaur bone engagement ring is replaced with silicates requires a particular type of environment, referred to as an aqueous intrusion.

Dinosaur bone is brittle, thats why our dinosaur bone rings are made from crushed up dino bones to ensure a durable, wearable ring. Fragments of dino bone are inlaid into the groove of your band and sealed with water-resistant medical-grade resin. After that, your dinosaur bone wedding ring is sanded smooth and polished to give it the final glossy appearance. And yes, its completely legal to own and use fossils for jewelry production.

Dinosaur Bone Rings Are Real

So, who else cant wait for June 22nd? Since seeing the trailer for Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, weve been counting down the days until dino-d-day.

Admittedly, we dont daydream about dinosaurs too often , but since were on the topic, we wanted to catch you up on a company that has made quite a historic impact on the modern day jewelry market. While the brand offers a huge selection of styles, metals and stones, Jewelry by Johan is best-known for its jewelry featuring some of the Earths most-naturally beautiful, unique elements such as authentic meteorite and fossilized dinosaur bone. Two things that shouldnt play well together , but do so brilliantly when combined in ring design.

Photo:Tsavorite Garnet Engagement Ring with Meteorite & Dinosaur Bone

Seriously, the Jewelry by Johan rings are unlike anything weve seen before – and we are so excited to partner with the family-owned jewelry design and manufacturing company to show off allll the standouts in its repertoire. Whats cool, too, is JBJs cachet for mixing and matching and customization. Whether youre looking for a completely bespoke wedding band, engagement ring, or want to add a personal twist to a ring style that the brand already offers , you can rest assured knowing that the in-house designers will bring all of your wedding jewelry dreams to life.

Photo:Blue And White Sapphire Engagement Ring With Meteorite In 10k White Gold

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Our Promise Of Prehistoric Ethics

Looking at something as mind-blowing as a real dinosaur bone ring, you may ask yourself – is this practice legal and ethical?

Here at Rings by Lux, we are fully committed to ensuring we make our rings from the best materials in a fully ethical way.

The Gembone used in our rings and bands is never part of a large and scientifically/culturally valuable skeleton. They come instead from broken, fractured, or impossible to match bones that are not in the interests of museums or universities.

In fact, Gembone is hard to tell apart from regular stone when in its raw and wild form. It will take a long process of cutting and polishing to create results that are rich in colors and details, like those you can order from our store.

In terms of legality, fossils found outside of US state or federal lands are perfectly legal to both own and distribute. We know for sure that all of our Gembone items are found on private property close to or inside the four corners region in the USA – where the four states of Colorado, Utah, Arizona, and New Mexico touch.

Custom Mens Wedding Band

Damascus, meteorite, dinosaur bone, opal ring.

We arrived at Jewelry by Johan to dream up Gavins custom designed ring.

Originally, Gavin really wanted a meteorite mens wedding band, and so we also looked at some of the mens two-tone wedding bands which were a combo of both dinosaur meteorite ring.

We realized that meteorite is very high in iron which means you need to be careful to not expose it to a lot of liquids or it could rust.

With the amount of cooking we do, we knew that meteorite wasnt a realistic option even though it was really cool.

Thus, we started to design a dinosaur bone ring, one of the most truly unique wedding bands for men.

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Dinosaur Bone Ring For A One

Each dinosaur bone ring is a unique piece of jewelry that features inlay made from 100% authentic dinosaur bone fossils. Dinosaurs were amazing creatures that roamed the earth during the late Jurassic Age around 150 million years ago. Dinosaur bone used in our stunning selection of dinosaur rings is also known as gembone and is considered to be one of the most exotic and beautiful fossils in the world. If you are an enthusiast of dinosaurs and paleontology and are looking for a stylish dinosaur bone wedding band, this could be your winner. Each genuine dinosaur wedding ring from our collection is carefully crafted and made to be unique so you are sure to stand out from the crowd.

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