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8mm Abalone Shell and Wood Inlay Black Tungsten Wood Ring
8mm Abalone Shell and Wood Inlay Black Tungsten Wood Ring
8mm Abalone Shell and Wood Inlay Black Tungsten Wood Ring
8mm Abalone Shell and Wood Inlay Black Tungsten Wood Ring
8mm Abalone Shell and Wood Inlay Black Tungsten Wood Ring

8mm Abalone Shell and Wood Inlay Black Tungsten Wood Ring

Item code: UDR1357

Regular price $72.00 Sale

The band measures 8mm wide and 2.5 mm thick to provide that high end feel with eye catching and fashionable look. Free Ring Box included.

This tungsten ring features a Hawaiian koa wood and blue opal inlay. Crafted of nickel free hypoallergenic tungsten carbide, which means that it is safe for anyone to wear as it will not react to your skin. Highly Scratch-resistant and waterproof, tungsten is four times harder than titanium and ten times harder than silver/gold and will maintain its shine forever.

Blue opal which is known to be a stone representing hope, innocence and purity. Opal stones are among the visually most attractive gemstones. The internal structure of precious opal makes it diffract light; depending on the conditions in which it formed, it can take on many colors.

Perfect for occasions such as weddings or anniversaries, the tungsten carbide ring with Hawaiian koa wood inlay symbolizes a new promise to your partner. A ring is just not a 'ring' but an 'opening chapter' and it creates something unfathomable... or it may just be 'everlasting love'.

Hawaiian koa, which is a exotic wood that originates from the Big Island of Hawai'i. Different parts of the island yields a distinctive hue to the color of the wood. The beautiful colors ranges from yellow or greenish-yellow, through orange, brown, and red, to almost black, and hues of different colors can be derived from a single trunk. In the Hawaiian language "koa" means "warrior" which symbolizes strength, fearlessness and bravery. From the ancient Hawaiian outrigger canoes to the birth of the first ancient surfboards and ukulele, the koa wood deserves more than ever be a widely recognized as a symbol of prestige and coloring.

The Abalone shell has been tossed and turned in the ebb and flow of the ocean for many years and through this process, its true beauty shines through.The abalone shell is considered as one of a healing stones and has been used in many cultures as a decorative jewelry and for carvings. The pastel rainbow colors of the abalone shell enhance feelings of peace, beauty, compassion and love.