Ebony Wood Bracelet Promises/Guarantees;
- 100% Handcrafted Ebony Wood Bracelet
- 100% Blessed By A Monk
- 100% Grown Natural Wood
- 100% Made From The HIGHEST Type of Ebony Wood In The World
History Of Ebony Wood
Ebony wood is one of the densest, strongest and nicest woods in the world.
This is the highest quality of ebony wood; it’s very finely-textured and has a very smooth finish when polished, making it very valuable as an ornamental wood, especially for bracelets.
Where Is Ebony Wood Found?
The wood’s native countries are India, Sri Lanka, and West Africa. The wood used for this bracelet is from India and is considered the highest quality among all other kinds.
The Ebony wood is one of the most valuable and spiritual woods in the old world, considered as a very grounding element, non-decrement and pure. The ebony-wood is believed to be one of the best woods for protection from negative people and energies, considered very useful in the seeking of spiritual strength and exploring intuition and emotion.
History Of Ebony Wood (II)
As a matter of fact, ebony wood was used to make the handles of the samurai words; it is also used in old India to make the scabbard for the royal sword. In Africa, many tribes used it as the best material to make arrows and spears.
The ebony bracelet is very attractive and stylish, while at the same time very spiritual and meaningful. Being black in color, it can be worn with almost anything and almost anywhere; regardless of what your preference for style or occasion, this will defiantly get compliments.
Ebony wood has been used for centuries. Ebony wood has been used in ancient Egyptian tombs. Throughout the years, Ebony wood has been getting more frequent by the second. Many use Ebony wood as furniture. We, however, use it for our bracelets. Real Ebony bracelets are difficult to find these days and that's exactly what we provide for our customers.
This blessed bracelet is 100% natural ebony wood, handmade by a master artist, individually blessed by a Buddhist monk.
We not only source our wood directly and ethically; we make sure that we NEVER source or use wood from endangered forests or unethical sources.