Deer Antler Rings Hawaiian Koa Wood 8mm Titanium Wedding/Gift
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White Tail Deer Antler Inlay 8mm Width
Titanium is the only element possessing the strength of steel, yet with a weight comparable to aluminum. Titanium has a dark metallic color, but is extremely lightweight. Titanium is the only element that offers the unique combination of beauty, strength, light weight and biocompatibility. Titanium will not bend.
Hawaiian Koa Wood has been treasured for years. It has been used for outrigger canoes, paddles, boxes, furniture and now rings.
It is an excellent tone wood which produces a rich warm sound and is used also for Ukuleles. Supply of Koa is getting scarce and just recently Hawaiians have been replanting their Hawaiian Koa Wood Trees. Koa is renowned for its iridescent shimmer and luscious color which ranges from tan to warm gold with brown and black accents.
Male Deer loose their antlers and re grow antlers every year. In the whitetail deer family only bucks over 1 year old have antlers. Every winter bucks loose their antlers and re-grow new ones. The antlers are covered in a soft hairy skin called velvet which supplies blood the the growing antlers to protect and feed them.
At full size the velvet begins to die off, the bucks then rub it off on trees and brush.
Whitetail deer antlers are one of the fastest growing tissues known to man.
Whitetail antlers start growing in the early spring,
late summer they are fully grown.
Nutrition is important to the growth of the antlers.