Parrotfish Buckeye + Tungsten

52.000 HUF

Scratch resistant tungsten ring with stabilized and dyed "Parrotfish" buckeyewood inlay protected by completely waterproof and durable acrylic coating.

Picture shows 4 mm width designs.

Buckeye, with its whimsical charm and distinctive character, takes center stage in the enchanting world of wooden rings. Derived from the majestic Buckeye tree, this wood boasts a palette of warm, earthy tones and captivating grain patterns that add a touch of magic to every crafted piece. From the light hues of cream to the darker swirls of chocolate, Buckeye wood captures the essence of nature's playful dance.

In cultural symbolism, Buckeye is often associated with good luck and prosperity, making it a cherished choice for those seeking a touch of positive energy. Crafting rings from Buckeye not only highlights its visual allure but also encapsulates the stories of growth, vitality, and the whimsy inherent in this unique wood.

Tungsten carbide with wood inlays make long-lasting, stylish rings, renowned for strength and durability. Scratch- and corrosion-resistant tungsten carbide offers hardness that ensures the ring's integrity, contrasted with the warmth and beauty of natural wood. This striking combination adds elegant yet modern flair that lasts.

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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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