Wooden Star, Necklace / pendant 🍃Natural & Real Wooden necklace (Fiddleback Maple) tree
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Pendant: Natural Wood: “ Fiddleback Maple”
Pendant: is about 2 inches and a half diameter
Strap: “Soft Leather”
Strap: “is adjustable to a max of 30 cm”
“Is light, weighing approximately 0.6 oz”
So many of us are in love with the intriguing patterns that you can find in some species of wood. They are like signatures that make them absolutely Unique.
Thats something that i Love very much when working with Wood. More often than not, the wood dictates how I’m going to process it, and work it. Specially when it comes to Hand-crafting woods with so much personality, like the Fiddleback Maple. (in reference to maple’s historic use for the backs and sides of violins)
Every single one of this wooden pendants, go through a process that takes time.
Cutting the wood in smaller sections, then give those pieces the initial circular shape, and go through a number of different grades of sand paper before i can begin the polishing phase. Then permanently burn the star design by hands, with a wood burner. Line, by line. And the process continues... Applying the glossy finish with a 100% cotton rag, soft leather strap and so on. Burning the D’Glez logo in the back, and make the adjustable knots for the leather strap. The true is that I enjoyed every minute and every aspect about it. If you are a Wood lover, and all the natural materials, then you are definitely going to treasure this smooth piece in your treasure lil box.
Is a combination of a delicate look, and that bohemian style. All creates a interesting personality that complements an strong character of someone that not only love Nature, but also expressed that, by the way she looks.
Because Handmade Jewelry takes time to make.
is just a very limited amount available.
Thats why i say to Get yours today!
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Here is some information about the gorgeous Fiddleback Maple Tree:
Fiddleback Maple (in reference to maple’s historic use for the backs and sides of violins) is not actually a species of Tree, but simply a description of a figure in the wood grain, it occurs most often in soft maples, but is seen in hard maples as well.
It is so called because the ripples in the grain pattern create a 3 dimensional effect that appears as if the grain has “curled” along the length of the board. Other names for this phenomenon are: tiger maple, curly maple or flamed maple.