Asylum Elements: 18th century bone stabilized with custom suspension liquid. Fused with Pink to Rust Strontium Aluminate.
The Asylum Ring is an absolute original! Real human bone for this was taken from three different sections of an 18th century specimen. The Fibula and Lateral Tibial Condyle were fused together, dyed and suspended beautifully around a glossed Carbon Fiber liner. The collagen from the Talus joint was prepared, hand stabilized and infused with pink strontium aluminate that turns a bright rust color when charged. The Carbon Fiber used on this human bone ring presents a medium/tight pattern. All of the carbon fiber used in our rings are infused with resin polymer for supreme sustainability, durability and strength. Carbon Fiber is also known for its excellent fracture-resistance, pattern detail and dark contrast. As far as the bone goes, it is made mostly of collagen with 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 and ivory makes this particular ring stand out while being contrasted with a carbon fiber liner.