Teak Wood Tribal Spirals with Holes

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****Price is per 1 (one) hook, order 2 for a pair!****

These are brand new wood spirals, these are made from teak wood in Bali, Indonesia. As these are hand carved each one will be slightly different but we will try our best to match up a pair if you order 2. Due to the nature of the material used and as these have been hand carved please allow a tolerance of +/- 0.5mm on all sizes..

Teak wood is a medium brown coloured wood; can also be a dark brown or lighter brown sometimes in patches or streaks; usually with a orange tint to it and carries a strong grain pattern. Please note, sizes 5mm, 6mm, and 8mm are dark brown in colour, 10mm and 12mm are mixed dark and light brown, and 14mm are mid-brown. If you have a specific colour/pattern requirement please email us before purchasing to avoid disappointment. As these are hand made from an organic material there will be some variation in the size, shape, design, colour and pattern of each piece. If you purchase a pair we will do our best to send you 2 pieces that are as close to matching as we are able to.

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Quantity: 1 Hook

Material: Teak wood

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This product was added to our catalog on Monday 19 February, 2018.