10 mm Titanium with Dinosaur Bone, Blackwood - BW734M
PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase any of our Exotic Inlay wedding bands, the J095C (click here to view this ring) will be sent to you before we place your order to make sure that the size you have ordered is accurate (please tell us in the Customer Comments section if you would prefer the sizing ring in black tungsten instead of silver). This ring is yours to keep – we recommend you wear it when doing those tough jobs around the house, in the yard or when working out with weights – thus protecting your one-of-a-kind custom inlay ring. This service, which includes the J095C and the shipping is free of charge. Questions? Please call 801-755-1661 or email email@example.com.
10 mm total: .5 mm Titanium, 2.25 African Blackwood, .5 mm Titanium, 3.5 mm Crushed Dinosaur Bone, .5 mm Titanium, 2.25 mm African Blackwood, .5 mm Titanium - with Comfort Fit.
Note: This is a special Dinosaur and Exotic Wood ring - This exotic inlay collection is the most prestigious of all of our collections - rings are made by hand, no two the same and all are made with exotic real materials. There are no other rings on our site that are made with the care and precision as rings within the Exotic Inlay Collection.
There are no refunds allowed on "M" series collectible rings in that each ring is made by hand, in your size, and no two are ever alike.
Please allow 4-6 weeks for handcrafted creation and delivery.
These exotic inlay rings are made with aircraft grade five titanium. This high grade of titanium is the most durable grade available. Titanium is best known for its durability and light weight. Titanium is commonly used in aerospace and sporting goods. It has a dark gray color similar to tungsten. Titanium is hypoallergenic and biocompatible. Titanium is a great choice for someone who is looking for a lighter weight ring.
This collection carries a one-year warranty and each ring is a collectible, handcrafted and unique in every detail - no two are like.
Dinosaur bone is very rare; it is an agatized stone called Gembone, the color is determined by the combination of minerals present when the fossilized bone formed; that’s what makes each piece so unique and beautiful. This is one reason why our stock is always changing, as we use what we have and then have to acquire more; however we are not always sure what the color will be of the new piece till we cut into the Gembone. One of a kind? Absolutely!!