Meteorite And Dinosaur Bone Rings

Nov 27, 2013

Category: Style

Every kiss might begin with Kay, but we think every frenzied make-out session should start with a ring made of meteorite and dinosaur bone. Yes, actual dinosaur bone and meteorite matter are blended into these finger ornaments, and we think that’s way cooler than the tragically over-hyped diamond.

She’ll be wearing a piece of the Gibeon meteorite, which weighed at least 26 tons when it hit Earth without an airbag to soften the blow. The dinosaur bone comes from the Morrison Formation in Utah which covers 600,000 square miles over several states, and the specimens used are said to date back to the BettyWhiterous Era, or Jurassic Era as it’s more commonly known, some 65 million years ago. The bone petrified into stone as jasper and agate as it fossilized, and if your girl doesn’t find that fascinating, she’s probably not ring-worthy anyway. [Purchase]

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