A laser engraved dinosaur designed ring with a diplodocus and triceratops standing either side of a heart. The image shows the 6mm, double comfort profiled version.
*Metal – Sterling Silver (925)
*Profile – Double Comfort
*Depth – Medium (1.6mm to 1.8mm)
Free Delivery within the UK
Introducing the dinosaur ring for any lovers of Dinosauria. While this design is of a diplodocus and triceratops, we will be able to use the silhouette of your dinosaur of choice. So if you want a unique gift for a budding palaeontologist or just for someone who loves Dinos, we can deliver the perfect present.
Why do children love dinosaurs?
There are only theories as to why boys in particular not only love dinosaurs, but can identify and say complex Latin-based names. It’s likely marketing, as from a young age girls get bombarded with unicorns and fairies while boys get reptiles and cars.
The 25 most popular dinosaurs
- Tyrannosaurus Rex
What are Dinosaurs?
Dinosaurs are prehistoric reptiles that can be split into two distinct groups, avian dinosaurs (birds) and non-avian dinosaurs which can then be split between land and marine. This means that as birds are evolved from dinosaurs that they highly evolved reptiles.
Dinosaurs first appeared during the Triassic period, and continued through the Jurassic and Cretaceous periods. True time periods are impossible to be exact, but it’s thought that they lived at latest 243 million years ago to the extinction event 66 million years ago. When you consider it’s thought that the first apelike creatures began walking on two legs at most 7 million years ago, it’s clear Dinosaurs truly ruled the earth for a long period of time.
Dinosaur means terrible lizzard and was coined by Sir Richard Owen in 1841 as huge fossil lizard skeletons were being discovered.