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This Southeast Asian wood is defined by it's contrasting light and dark grain. Also called "Pale Moon Ebony", this wood is of moderate density and the lighter grain tends to darken slightly over time. A great addition to any collection.
This African wood is a very dark, very dense and very durable. It's typically black with no visible grain patter at all. It often polishes up to a dark glassy appearance this wood is sure to stand the test of time.
This Southern African wood is also referred to as "Red Ivorywood" and has a light reddish to pink appearance. This wood appears solid in color but may have slight blonde colored grain that shows through. This wood is even harder than ebony!
This Mexican wood is also found in Central/Southern America. It has a yellowish brown body with dramatic dark brown, almost black stripes. This eye-catching wood looks great in any ear.
This wood is found in the South Central United States. It's bright orange color fades slightly over time but is still a great choice as it has a very nice luster and shine.
This tropical South American wood is sports a bright to dark red color though darkening through exposure to UV light. This wood has a natural luster and is also somewhat chatoyant.
This Central/South American wood is among the most dense and durable woods we use. Colors can range from a pale olive to a dark forest green. This wood has a unique feathered grain pattern and is said to last indefinitely.
This wood comes from Europe and Southeast Africa. It often has a wild wavy or curly grain pattern and contains a great natural luster so these plugs feel great in your ears.