Sycamore + Faceted Tungsten

57.000 HUF

Stabilized and dyed Sycamore wood ring reinforced by polished and scratch resistant faceted tungsten carbide and waterproof coating. Pictures show optional "patina" tungsten finish as well. 

Pictures show 8 mm wide rings.

Sycamore, characterized by its light-colored and subtly figured grain, symbolizes adaptability, simplicity, and enduring beauty. Indigenous to temperate regions, particularly North America and Europe, sycamore wood has been favored for its versatility in fine woodworking. The clean and uniform appearance of sycamore lends itself well to a range of design styles, from traditional to contemporary. Known for its ease of finishing and carving, sycamore's natural charm is expressed through its understated elegance. Each piece crafted from sycamore tells a story of adaptability and the timeless allure found in the straightforward beauty of this versatile hardwood.

Tungsten carbide's strength and durability make it an ideal material for faceted rings with wood inlays. This combination adds sparkle, dimension and organic elements to the sleekness of tungsten carbide, creating a striking and unique look. Perfect for those seeking an eye-catching jewelry piece, this modern-meets-nature style is a sophisticated choice.

Visit our FAQ page for further information, or contact us if you have a unique design in mind.

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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