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Lashbrook Announces New Product Line

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(PRESS RELEASE) DRAPER, UT – Lashbrook, award-winning men’s wedding ring manufacturer and designer, announces a line extension of its already popular Mosaic Collection, revealing the addition of dinosaur bone.

“We have decided to create this product due to popular demand,” said Matt Isaacson, head of product development. “Our customers have loved our mosaic collection of lapis, malachite, turquoise and coral but have been asking for dinosaur bone for a while now… and it’s finally here.”

The new dinosaur bone styles available in three different colors: red, black and tan. According to Isaacson, the dinosaur bone must be inlaid as a mosaic to “add strength to the ring and ensure consistency of color from piece to piece.”

“Our dinosaur bone comes from a trusted dealer out of Arizona,” said Eric Laker, president and founder. “The pieces we use for our rings are pieces that can’t be used in museums because they are too broken down or too small to be used in a display.”

Lashbrook will be unveiling the new line extension at the JCK Las Vegas 2018 show in June.

Dinosaur bone mosaic photos available here

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