Fallen Elements: 18th century bone stabilized and inlayed. Fused with blue Strontium Aluminate, and main band is made from Tungsten Carbide.
The Fallen Ring has turned out to be one of the artist’s favorite and most impressive rings to wear. Daniel Rosini was so impressed that he decided to laser engrave his signature on the inside of every ring and feature it as his Signature Series work of art. Now, it does contain less bone samples then the full bone models that are offered within our collection, but the Fallen Ring was intended to be built for durability and affordability. Real human bone for this was taken from two main sections of an 18th century specimen. The Metatarsal and the outer layers of the Parietal were fused together using blue strontium aluminate. In case you are a little rusty with your bone terminology, these are samples from a skull and a toe. This combination is what Daniel likes to call “From Head to Toe”. The main band on this ring is made of Tungsten Carbide. This is one of the hardest materials in existence and substantially harder than titanium, registering a 9 on the Mohs scale of mineral hardness (compared to titanium’s score of 6). This Tungsten band was cut out in the center to brandish two of Daniel’s favorite bones to work with. Creating this ring with Tungsten was an idea the artist had to achieve the greatest durability and strength while obtaining a luxury look to his signature model.