“We craft high quality exotic wood jewelry in some of the world’s finest hardwoods – none of which are listed on the CITES as a threatened or endangered species.
Black Ebony, Diospyros, can be found worldwide. Famously used for instruments, including black piano keys, ebony is dense enough to sink in water. It is finely textured and has a very smooth finish when polished.
Bloodwood, Brosimum paraense, is native to South America. It is one of the reddest woods available without resorting to a bottle of dye. Extremely dense with a straight grain, it can also be called Satine as it takes on a lustrous polished when polished.
Tiger Ebony, Diospyros embryopteris, is native to Southeast Asia. It has a yellow base with black streaks creating a unique pattern throughout each piece. The striations can vary from thin lines to thick bands revealing a unique character, never duplicated in another piece. A dense wood, tiger ebony has a very smooth finish when polished.”