Sauropod Split Band Ring

$7,360

A particularly spectacular site on a morning wander in Broome are the dinosaur footprints left by Sauropods over 130 million years ago.

The prints were formed as dinosaurs crossed the wet sandy areas of what was once a large river delta between surrounding forest. The footprints are now visible on sandstone rock platforms along the coastline, with Gantheaume Point being one of the most well-known places to spot them.

Inspired by these prints, Allure’s Sauropod split band ring features one (12.5mm – 14.10mm) smooth baroque South Sea Keshi pearl set against hand foraged, beautifully domed 18-carat gold.

 

Price displayed applies to ring size M. If the design allows, we offer complimentary sizing of our rings up or down two sizes.

Please specify the size you wish to order in the notes section at checkout.

All other sizes will need to be custom made. Please contact our showroom for a custom quote and delivery times.

SKU: 020-00517

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Description

Sauropod Split Band Ring.

 

Inspired by these prints, Allure’s Sauropod split band ring features one (12.5mm – 14.10mm) smooth baroque South Sea Keshi pearl set against hand foraged, beautifully domed 18-carat gold.

Additional information

Metal

Pearl Colour

White Pearl

Product Type

Rings