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11/25/2013 03:15 pm ET | Updated Nov 25, 2013

This Beautiful Wedding Band Is Actually Made Of Dinosaur Bone

Ladies may get sparkly diamonds, but now gents have something equally impressive to flaunt: dinosaur bone wedding bands.

Reddit user Atari1337 posted this unique wedding band photo on Monday and it quickly caught our attention because of the ring's rare materials: dinosaur leg bone, meteorite and gold.

It turns out, each ring is individually handcrafted by Jewelry by Johan. According to the jeweler's website, the bone comes from the Morrison Formation in Utah and dates back at least 65 million years to the Jurassic era. Prices range from $450 to almost $1800 depending on design and rings can be purchased on Etsy as well.

Diamonds may be forever, but dinosaur bones are just plain awesome.

Check out some more unique engagement rings in the slideshow below.

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