Tungsten Lapis Lazuli and Hawaiian Koa Wood Inlaid Triple Row Beveled Edge Wedding Ring 8mm
Item Number: TUR4068
All Weights and Measurement are approximately and may vary slightly from listed information as below:
Material: Tungsten, Lapis Lazuli and Koa Wood
Band Width: 8mm
Feature: Waterproof, Comfort Fit
This beautiful ring is made with Tungsten, Inlaid with Lapis Lazuli and Koa Wood. Tungsten is a heavier, tough metal that does not tarnish or scratch.
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Laser engravings are for the inside of the ring ONLY. Once an item has been engraved it cannot be exchanged or returned.
Lapis Lazuli from Latin, Lapis means “Stoneââ‚?and the Persian word Lazhuward means “Blueââ‚?is a rich dark blue with gold flecks. It was one of the most treasured stones in ancient Rome, Greece, China, Egypt and Mesopotamia. It was not only use in jewelry but statues, mosaics, vases and ornaments. During the Renaissance Lapis made its way to Europe where artists would use the stone to create an Ultramarine pigment for paintings. One of the most famous paintings it was used for was The Girl with a Pearl Earring by Johannes Vermeer. Today you will more commonly see Lapis in jewelry such as the rings we offer.
What is Koa?
In the Hawaiian language Koa means brave, bold, fearless and warrior.
Koa or Acacia Koa is a large tree, typically attaining a height of 15-25m (49-82ft) and a spread of 6-12m (20-39ft). In deep volcanic ash, a Koa tree can reach a height of 30m (98ft),
a circumference of 6m (20ft), and a spread of 38m (125ft). It is one of the fastest-growing
Hawaiian trees, capable of reaching 6-9m (20-30ft) in five years on a good site.
All of our items are shipped from Honolulu, Hawaii.