We just completed our first ring with some of the pink dinosaur bone we acquired a few months back. This dinosaur bone is a little more subtle than the red or the gray in some of our other dinosaur bone ring designs. The new pink dinosaur bone has more pastel pink with some darker mauve spots all surrounded by brownish gray cell walls. The softer colors give this woman’s ring a more feminine feel and don’t overpower the center stone. This ring would make a nice alternative wedding ring or engagement ring for someone looking for a unique alternative to a diamond band. We can create a matching 4.5mm dinosaur bone wedding band to complete the matching bridal ring set. We can also inlay this new pink dinosaur bone into any of our other ring or jewelry designs by special order. See the video of this ring on YouTube!
The pink dinosaur bone in this ring came from the Morrison Formation in Utah and was a living animal during the Jurassic Period around 144 to 208 million years ago. It is actually no longer bone material but is a combination of minerals that replaced the bone over time. Dinosaur bone is found in a rainbow of colors with the webbing color and cell size varying greatly from piece to piece. The varying cell size and colors create some truly unique patterns and virtually one of a kind pieces of jewelry. Fossilized dinosaur bone can be composed of many different minerals including agate, jasper and calcite. The color of the dinosaur bone is determined by the combination of minerals present when the fossilized bone formed.