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These Spectacular Wedding Rings Contain Actual Dinosaur Bone

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The "dinosaur bone" is the result of fossilised bone from dinosaurs in which the cellular structure has been replaced with quartz, leaving the bone structure intact.

Jurassic Park/ Universal Pictures

The meteorite in the ring comes from Gibeon meteorites. The rest of the piece is made from titanium and mokume gane – a Japanese mixed metal.

However, a word of warning from a previous customer: / Via

"The fossil is VERY BRITTLE! You will chip/crack it if you accidentally hit it on anything. I chipped mine grabbing a handrail on a flight of stairs. It's a very nice ring, but you may want to consider getting a cheaper 'everyday' band and just breaking this one out on special occasions."

Check out the rings here.