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Fossil dinosaur bone and baltic amber double ring

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 Yabba dabba do wear this ring!

This huge double ring is a real eyecatcher and made to get heads turning.

I totally love how these two big ancient fossils stones enhance each other’s beauty.


Fossil stones

The baltic honey amber stone is from Poland and is 35 – 40 million years old.

This golden coloured untreated gemstone looks like it has a lot of inclusions that catch the light beautifully.

They are however not really inclusions, it’s an effect that’s called spangling, which is caused by small internal cracks that create this characteristic speckled appearance and is a sign of good quality amber.

The fossil dinosaur bone is more than a 100 million years old and earth-mined in Madagascar.

It shows an amazing cell structure, has nice brown and cream colours and is well polished.


Hammered silver knuckleduster ring

Both fossil stones are set in sterling silver that has been hammered and polished.

The back of the bezel and the ring band of this knuckleduster ring have a nice hammered surface as well.

The double ring is adjustable from a size 15 to about 18.5 (inside diameter of the ring), there’s a ring size converter on the bottom of this page.


Measurements of this amazing fossil ring

  • The baltic amber stone is 31 x 22 mm in size.
  • The dinosaur bone cabochon is 39 x 24 mm.
  • The band of the ring is 5 mm wide.
  • Total weight of the ring is 32.5 gram.


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