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A one-off ring made from dinosaur bone and meteorite

Nothing says ‘happily ever after’ more than a fossil of a ferocious, man-eating giant lizard that horribly died millions of years ago as part of your wedding ring. Etsy user Jewelry by Johan is selling a one of a kind ring made of three materials: 14k gold, meteorite, and dinosaur leg bone. The seller says that the dinosaur leg bone is genuine and comes from the Morrison Formation in Utah and dates back to the Jurassic Era.

Only one ring is available and is currently sold for $899. We’re not sure about the legitimacy of the dinosaur bone, I mean, isn’t illegal to make rings out of archaeological finds or something? And hasn’t Jurassic Park taught us not to play with dinosaur remains?

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