Parrotfish Buckeye + Ceramic

44.000 HUF

Black ceramic ring with stabilized and dyed "Parrotfish" buckeyewood inlay protected by a completely waterproof and durable acrylic coating. Pictures show 6mm wide ring.

Buckeye wood, derived from the Buckeye tree, is known for its distinctive appearance and cultural symbolism. The wood often exhibits swirling patterns and unique grain, making each piece one-of-a-kind. In folklore, Buckeye trees are associated with good luck and prosperity. Native to North America, the wood is valued for its light weight and ease of carving, making it a preferred material for various crafts. Despite its softer nature, Buckeye wood is appreciated for its warmth and charm, creating a connection to nature's intricate designs and folkloric traditions.

Ceramic is an ideal blank for wood inlays for its durability, scratch resistance, and lightweight properties. Its smooth and lustrous surface enhances nature's beauty in wood inlays. The contrast of ceramic's contemporary look with wood's texture creates a modern, visually captivating design. Additionally, ceramic is hypoallergenic and won't discolor, for long-term comfort and beauty. In combining wood inlays and ceramic's sleekness, these rings become elegant and unique accessories 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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