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The Bold Ring Company

Dinosaur Bone Fossil Ring with Meteorite

Dinosaur Bone Fossil Ring with Meteorite

Regular price $166.99
Regular price $250.00 Sale price $166.99
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Engraving Instructions

Size Chart

Materials

Most of our rings are made of
Tungsten metal, unless said otherwise.
It is an excellent choice for comfortable & sustainable jewelry,

•It is one of the hardest substances on Earth

•Tungsten signifies strength, tenacity and hardness.

•Measures between 8 & 9 on the Mohs Hardness scale, Diamonds are a 10. Four times harder than titanium.

•Tungsten does not scratch, dent or chip, will always look new and does not need polishing.

•Lasts decades, not years.

•Requires minimal processing and has a low environmental impact.

•Join us in our commitment to sustainable fashion!

Shipping & Returns

Custom Engraved Rings:

Items with PERSONALIZED ENGRAVING cannot be returned.
If the sizing does not fit send us an email at Support@BoldRingCo.com and we will provide you with a custom listing to purchase another size at a reduced price.

This reduced price for another ring size will be between $25-$35 depending on the ring style.
We have seen customers use their rings as a necklace charm or worn on another finger if it does not fit.

Refunds & Size Exchanges:

We have a simple 30-day return policy, which means you have 30 days after receiving your item to request a return or a size exchange for non-engraved rings.

To be eligible for a return or size exchange, your item must be in the same condition that you received it, unworn or unused, with tags, and in its original packaging. You’ll also need the email receipt or proof of purchase.

1) To start a return or size exchange, contact us  first at Support@BoldRingCo.com 
Do NOT mail us anything until you reach out to Support.

2) Returns will need to be sent to the following address: 
The Bold Ring Co - Returns
1000 Peachtree Industrial Blvd.
Suite 6-292
Suwanee GA 30024

3) Once we respond to your email you can then mail the item back to our return address. 
For the cheapest and fastest way to ship back the ring, it is recommended you ship using USPS ground advantage. 
You must provide us with the tracking # once shipped, so we can process your refund/exchange appropriately.

Items sent back to us without requesting a return first, might not be accepted and will cause further delays in your refund.

Embrace the poetic irony of Dinosaur and Space with this masterfully crafted tungsten carbide ring.

A tale of Earth's primeval giants and the vastness of the universe converges on your finger, symbolizing both an end and an endless wonder.

-Dino's Last Dance: The striking red dinosaur bone fossil inlay whispers tales of a world once ruled by majestic beasts. Their reign, vibrant yet fleeting, captured in every hue and pattern.

-Cosmic Irony: At the heart of the design lies the shimmering silver meteorite, a nod to the cosmic events that shaped the fate of these ancient giants. Although asteroids played a part in the dinosaurs' twilight, here, meteorite celebrates their enduring legacy amidst the stars.

-Eclipsing Beauty: Rose gold stripes gracefully envelop the inlays, casting a modern gleam that contrasts and complements the ancient material along with a hammered textured finish.

-Enduring Craftsmanship: Made from high quality tungsten carbide. This ring not only carries history but promises a future of resilience and beauty. Unlike golds, tungsten carbide will not scratch and chip through daily wear.

Celebrate the dance of destiny and design. This ring isn't just a testament to nature's grandeur, but also to life's intriguing turns and tales. It's an homage to the past and a beacon for the future, wrapped in a story of extinction and cosmic wonder.

How did we source dinosaur fossil? Over millions of years, the organic material of the bone gets replaced by minerals, turning the bone into stone. This process is called permineralization.
Most of the dinosaur bone used in jewelry comes from the American Southwest, particularly Colorado and Utah. There are specific regions where the conditions were just right for bone fossilization, and the minerals in the ground gave the bones beautiful, vibrant colors.

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