Deliverance Elements: 18th century bone stabilized with custom suspension liquid. Fused with Strontium Aluminate and lined with Titanium.
The Deliverance Ring is quite the luxury. Real human bone for this was taken from two different sections of an 18th century specimen. The Calcaneus and Tarsolmetatarsal Joints were fused together and suspended beautifully around a brushed Titanium liner. The Titanium used on this human bone ring is a CP1/Grade 4. This is commonly used in aerospace and medical fields therefore creating strength and durability. Grade 4 is known as the strongest of the four grades of commercially pure titanium. It is also known for its excellent corrosion resistance, good form-ability and weld-ability. As far as bone goes, it is made mostly of collagen. This collagen provides a soft framework that you can see within the texture of this ring. Calcium phosphate is a mineral that is found within bones and adds strength while hardening the framework. This combination of collagen and calcium makes bone strong and flexible enough to withstand stress. Yet it creates some soft and beautiful patterns when displayed in our rings.