GARUDA and Western Bohemian jewelry : Wood Jewelry
Wood Jewelry is a sacred art of timelessness, the patience of the trees growth signals our relationship with our universe and our future as well as those whom have come before us to relay wisdom through time. Carving wood jewelry restates the patience of the tree, as it cannot be rushed, but the creation of the wood jewelry requires the silence and skill of timelessness to create a beautiful and meaningful handmade piece of wooden jewelry.
Wood Jewelry skillfully carved by traditional people of exotic wood into earrings, necklaces, tribal earrings and body jewelry as well. GARUDA & Western Bohemian Jewelry support nature and culture. Improving life : Sharing beauty...
Beautiful wood jewelry carved hand. Western Bohemian and GARUDA have been working with traditional artists for over a decade making natural and carved jewelry of wood and other exotic materials.
We start with the careful selection of the wood, create the design, and carve each piece of jewelry by hand, one at a time, then sand, smooth and polish by buffing and oiling. Western Bohemian and GARUDA natural jewelry skillfully carved by traditional people in natural materials, that supports nature and culture. Improving life : Western Bohemian
Feel Good About Your Purchase! By purchasing Western Bohemian Wooden Jewelry you are supporting traditional crafts, and the families that make them. All of our jewelry is handmade, carved, one piece at a time. Western Bohemian strives to provide quality, unique, natural Earth-friendly products to satisfy the soul and beyond... Your purchase supports traditional crafts and families and is a choice to purchase a product produced in an environmentally responsible way. Our adornments are handmade by traditional people of natural materials, responsibly harvested and supporting nature, craft and culture, improving the quality of life and providing jobs that showcase talents and skills. We work closely with our artists to create our unique carved jewelry.
Wood Jewelry care:
Clean with mild soap and water when needed, but not too often. Dry. Oil lightly with jojoba oil or another natural oil intended for organic jewelry. Please do not leave it for a long time in your car, sunny windows, or other hot or sunny place, or in a place where it will be wet.
The carved wooden jewelry needs to be conditioned, and should be oiled as we suggest in the beginning of this page. This will help to maintain the color and integrity of the material, and may deepen the color slightly. This may also happen over time due to the natural oils of your skin absorbing into the material as it becomes a part of your daily life, however, you should still take the time to clean and condition your wooden jewelry.
Materials: Source and Harvesting Practices:
*We are committed to environmental and social responsibility, GARUDA and Western Bohemian Jewelry takes great care to ensure quality of life, health, and happiness.
SONO WOOD JEWELRY
Varieties: Sonokeling, Sonokembang.
LATIN NAME: Pterocarpus Indicus.
ORIGIN: Indonesia, East Jawa (Java), Blitar regency.
HARVESTING PRACTICE: The source we use offers Plantation Grown Sono, though it can be wild harvested under government control. Tree must have minimum diameter of 30 cm before cutting, the trees are replanted in the wild harvest setting.
OTHER DETAILS: This tropical wood has a beautiful colors from a deep purplish and red-brown with golden brown highlights and comes in a range of color. It is still abundant and responsibly grown and harvested. The variety we use is Sonokeling.
HIBISCUS WOOD JEWELRY
OTHER COMMON NAMES: Waru.
ORIGIN: Indonesia, Northern Tabanan Regency.
HARVESTING PRACTICE: the source we use offers Plantation Grown Waru. The trees re-sprout freely from the stump after cutting.
EBONY WOOD JEWELRY
LATIN NAME: Diospyros Celebica.
HARVESTING PRACTICE: Recycled.
OTHER DETAILS: RECYCLED. Ebony wood is in danger! All of our ebony wood is made of recycled wood, and much of it is made from the remnants of altars, carvings and antique furniture.
ARANG WOOD JEWELRY
LATIN NAME: Diospyros Confertiflora
HARVESTING PRACTICE: wild harvested.
OTHER DETAILS: This beautiful tropical wood is naturally black in color, hence the name which literally translates to charcoal wood. The jewelry made from it is beep black and amazingly durable, resembling ebony wood.
CROCODILE WOOD JEWELRY
OTHER NAMES: Panggal Buaya (Spine / scale of Crocodile).
LATIN NAME: Zanthoxylum Rhetsa.
ORIGIN: Indonesia, Bali, Tabanan Regency, Selemadeg district.
HARVESTING PRACTICE: Grown in a Plantations or Wild Gardens. The Wild Garden is a kind of community garden that is shared by local families.
OTHER DETAILS: Crocodile wood is almost ivory in color, and is sometimes referred to as the ivory of woods due to its smooth finish and creamy color.
SABO FRUIT WOOD JEWELRY
ORIGIN: Indonesia, Payangan.
OTHER DETAILS: This wood has a natural fleshy tone that varies from a light skin color to red peach.
Our Source: The Sabo Wood we use for our jewelry comes from wild garden on land of the Family of one of our Master Carvers. By chance, they have the trees growing there and they cut it themselves for our use and to help the family.
COCONUT WOOD JEWELRY
OTHER COMMON NAMES: Coconut Palm
LATIN NAME: Cocos Nucifera.
HARVESTING PRACTICE: the coconut shell is a byproduct of the harvesting of coconut for food and oil. The wood is plantation grown, home grown in wild farms in the village.
OTHER DETAILS: Recycled. Coconut is a staple food and grows in great abundance. The shell is also used to create art, jewelry, and cookware.
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