Anomaly Elements: 18th century bone stabilized with custom suspension liquid. Fused with white Strontium Aluminate, lined with a carbon fiber alien lume hybrid.
The Anomaly Ring… Talk about a glow like no other, this ring deserves the name. Real human bone for this was taken from one main section of an 18th century specimen. The collagen of the Proximal Epiphysis were fused together using white strontium aluminate, and lined with a green and black carbon fiber lume hybrid. This type III collagen was prepared, hand stabilized and infused carefully with strontium aluminate that glows white when fully charged by UV. The liner used on this human bone ring was a carbon fiber lume hybrid. This liner emits a green glow along with a solid black stripe down the center, which gives it an alien-like feel. Lining this bone ring with carbon fiber was an amazing addition to achieve great durability and strength. As far as the bone goes, it is made mostly of collagen with some solid human ivory. The collagen provides a soft framework that you can see within the texture of this ring. Human Ivory plays a role in contrasting the textures of this ring. This combination of collagen, ivory and color choices make the Anomaly ring stand apart from all the other rings in our human bone collection.