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Parrotfish Buckeye + Silver

Sale price68.000 Ft

Solid 925 silver ring with stabilized and dyed "Parrotfish" buckeyewood inlay protected by completely waterproof and durable acrylic coating.

Picture shows 8mm width design.

Buckeye is scientifically known as Aesculus spp., and is a hardwood species native to North America, primarily found in regions like the eastern United States. Buckeye wood is often used for making small specialty items like pens, bowls, and decorative pieces due to its interesting appearance and workability. In folklore, the buckeye tree is associated with good luck and protection, with the seeds believed to bring prosperity and ward off evil spirits.

Stabilized wood undergoes a process where it's infused with resin to enhance its durability and sexyness. This treatment not only makes the wood more resistant but also allows for vibrant dye colors to be added, resulting in a beautiful and unique look. Essentially, it's like giving wood a durability upgrade while also opening up a whole new world of color possibilities. So, if you're looking for a material that combines both resilience and aesthetic appeal for your ring inlay, stabilized wood is an excellent choice.

Silver 925, commonly known as sterling silver, is a classic and elegant choice for the reinforcement of a wood inlay ring. Silver, being a soft precious metal, is more prone to scratch, but its beautiful bright tone, light weight, and natural value more than makes up for it.

Production time for silver rings is approximately 90 days after order.



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Parrotfish Buckeye + Silver
Parrotfish Buckeye + Silver Sale price68.000 Ft