Blackwood + Ceramic

37.000 HUF

Natural and solid African Blackwood ring reinforced by diamond brushed black ceramic and protected by waterproof acrylic coating. Pictures show 8 mm wide ring.

African Blackwood, scientifically known as Dalbergia melanoxylon, stands as an extraordinary wood species celebrated for its exceptional density, dark coloring, and fine-grained texture. Originating from sub-Saharan Africa, particularly Mozambique and Tanzania, this hardwood has garnered acclaim for its musical instrument applications, notably in the crafting of clarinets and bagpipes. Possessing a striking dark brown to nearly black hue, African Blackwood exhibits a luxurious aesthetic. Its dense composition contributes to its resonance and durability, making it a sought-after choice for intricate woodwork and ornate carvings. Beyond its utilitarian applications, African Blackwood's elegance and rarity make it a prized material in the creation of high-end artisanal items, embodying the rich beauty found in the heart of the African continent.

Ceramic's durable, scratch-resistant and lightweight properties make it ideal for everyday wear. Its smooth, lustrous surface provides a beautiful backdrop for showcasing natural wood inlays. This combination creates a modern, visually captivating design. Additionally, ceramic is hypoallergenic and won't discolor, ensuring long-lasting beauty and comfort. These stylish rings are a distinctive accessory for any occasion. 

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Delivery is free for all orders within EU countries. For international delivery, please contact us and we will give you a quote.

Once your product has shipped, it usually takes 2 to 3 business days in Hungary, 3 to 7 in Europe, and 5 to 15 for the rest of the world. If you have not received your products, feel free to contact us using our contact page.

You can return your product within 14 days after receiving your order. Please make sure that the products are not damaged.

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