Man’s sterling silver handmade ring with black diamonds, dinosaur bone inlay and black onyx inlay.
We just completed this striking new man’s dinosaur bone ring design featuring black diamonds, dinosaur bone and black onyx set in sterling silver. This handsome bone ring has 3 round black diamonds weighing .30 carats channel set to one side of the ring, leaving a long section of the ring for inlay. The black diamonds look great with the inlaid black onyx and dinosaur bone. The ring is inlaid with 6 pieces of striking red celled dinosaur bone with black matrix. Four sections of black onyx divide up the red dinosaur bone and bring out the black matrix in the gem bone. This handcrafted dinosaur bone inlay ring is 8mm wide and tapers to 4.3mm at the bottom. It is hand signed “MMH” by Mark McBride Hileman and stamped sterling silver. The ring pictured is a size 10 1/4 but is available in other sizes by special order. This design may also be customized by changing the inlay stones or switching the black diamonds to white sapphires, white diamonds or blue sapphires. Please allow 4 to 6 weeks for special orders on this ring. Gem dinosaur bone like this is becoming more difficult to find so start your collection today!
If you are anything like me, you probably are not familiar with gem dinosaur bone or dinosaur bone jewelry . My experience with dinosaur bone began last year when I discovered it on Ebay. We decided to try inlaying dinosaur bone in our sterling silver jewelry and it was a big hit. The dinosaur bone we use in our jewelry is usually referred to as “gembone”. It is actually not bone but is a combination of minerals that replaced the dinosaur 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. The fossilized dinosaur bone can be composed of many different minerals including agate, jasper and calcite. The dinosaur bone color is determined by the combination of minerals present when the fossilized bone formed. Some colors are more rare than others with multicolor cells in a nice pattern being the most sought after. High quality dinosaur bone has a hardness of 6-7 on the Moh’s scale and takes a great polish for jewelry. Top grade gem dinosaur bone is eventually going to become impossible to get because, as you might have guessed, they aren’t making it any more. Now would be a great time to start your collection of dinosaur bone jewelry. We have many ring and pendant designs that feature dinosaur bone in several different color combinations. Visit our website and enter dinosaur bone in the quick search box and check out the jewelry available. http://www.shop.hilemansilverjewelry.com/main.sc