"Dionysus" Domed Nebula Ring- Meteorite and Opal- Gold 8mm

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Behold the Dionysus Ring, a captivating creation that marries the cosmic wonder with the earthly elegance of gold tungsten. This domed tungsten ring, now presented in a unique and sophisticated gold finish, epitomizes a harmonious blend of classical charm and modern design.

Crafted from premium tungsten carbide, the Dionysus Ring exudes a warm, gold hue, setting a new standard in luxurious aesthetics. The ring's domed shape is not only comfortable to wear but also elevates its allure, making it an ideal selection for those who appreciate distinctive and opulent accessories.

The allure of this ring is further accentuated by its three entrancing inlays. The outer two inlays, previously showcasing galaxy opal, now shimmer in a harmonious blend of colors that complements the gold tungsten, reflecting the vibrant and mystical hues of a nebula. These inlays capture the essence of cosmic beauty, with swirls of pink, purple, and blue, reminiscent of a dreamy celestial landscape.

At the center of this exquisite piece lies the extraordinary Muonionalusta meteorite inlay, a rare and captivating element that embodies the mysteries of the universe. The meteorite's unique Widmanstätten patterns are a visual feast, narrating tales of its journey through the cosmos, adding a layer of intrigue and splendor to the ring.

The Dionysus Ring, in its gold tungsten incarnation, transcends being merely a piece of jewelry; it is a symbol of the cosmos reinterpreted through the lens of earthly finesse. Immerse yourself in the majesty of the universe with the Dionysus Ring from Rings By Lux, a truly remarkable accessory for the visionary and the dreamer.

About The Meteorite:

Studies have shown it to be the oldest discovered meteorite impacting the Earth during the Quaternary Period, about one million years ago. It is quite clearly part of the iron core or mantle of a planetoid, which shattered into many pieces upon its fall on our planet.[5] Since landing on Earth the meteorite has experienced four ice ages. It was unearthed from a glacial moraine in the northern tundra. It has a strongly weathered surface covered with cemented faceted pebbles.

The Muonionalusta meteorite (Finnish pronunciation: [ˈmuo̯nionˌɑlustɑ], Swedish pronunciation: [mʉˈǒːnɪɔnalːɵsta])[1] is a meteorite classified as fine octahedrite, type IVA (Of) which impacted in northern Scandinavia, west of the border between Sweden and Finland, about one million years BCE.

The first fragment of the Muonionalusta meteorite was found in 1906 near the village of Kitkiöjärvi.[2] Around forty pieces are known today, some being quite large. Other fragments have been found in a 25-by-15-kilometre (15.5 mi × 9.3 mi) area in the Pajala district of Norrbotten County, approximately 140 kilometres (87 mi) north of the Arctic Circle.

The meteorite was first described in 1910 by Professor A. G. Högbom, who named it after the nearby place Muonionalusta on the Muonio River. It was studied in 1948 by Professor Nils Göran David Malmqvist.[3] The Muonionalusta meteorite, probably the oldest known meteorite (4.5653 ± 0.0001 billion years),[4] marks the first occurrence of stishovite in an iron meteorite.

The name Muonionalusta has Finnish roots: it comes from the name of the Muonio River (+ possessive particle -(o)n-) and alusta, meaning "base, foundation, stand, mat, tray", thus probably "base of the Muonio". "alusta" also means "from the beginning", "starting point" which may refer to possible first finding places "Muonion alusta", "from the beginning of Muonio-river".

 

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    Ring Sizing

    Our rings are based on comfort fit sizing. We recommended having your ring finger measured at least twice to make sure that you get the appropriate size. In the case of the wrong size ring, we will do our best to make it right, but there will be a small shipping charge to make the exchange. 

    Also, please keep in mind that ring sizing is more art than science.  Any given finger may be able to comfortably span a full size.  Some (myself included) prefer a looser fit, where it will not fall off, but it will never put the squeeze on as finger sizes change during the day.  One thing we promise, is that we will make sure that you get what works best for you!

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