Handmade Leopard Wood Perfume/Aroma Oil Applicator with 24kt Gold Trim

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Handmade Leopard Wood Perfume/Aroma Oil Applicator with 24kt Gold Trim
  • Handmade Leopard Wood Perfume/Aroma Oil Applicator with 24kt Gold Trim
  • Handmade Leopard Wood Perfume/Aroma Oil Applicator with 24kt Gold Trim
  • Handmade Leopard Wood Perfume/Aroma Oil Applicator with 24kt Gold Trim
  • Handmade Leopard Wood Perfume/Aroma Oil Applicator with 24kt Gold Trim
  • Handmade Leopard Wood Perfume/Aroma Oil Applicator with 24kt Gold Trim
  • Handmade Leopard Wood Perfume/Aroma Oil Applicator with 24kt Gold Trim
  • Handmade Leopard Wood Perfume/Aroma Oil Applicator with 24kt Gold Trim
  • Handmade Leopard Wood Perfume/Aroma Oil Applicator with 24kt Gold Trim
USD
$14.99
Applies perfume or aroma oil with precise control, sealed against leakage and evaporation - a great gift for the ladies!
 
 
The Leopard Wood is turned on a lathe, sanded and finished, all by hand, with four coats of polish. This creates a beautiful shine that brings out the natural beauty of the wood.  
 
It is a water proof, high gloss finish that is non-toxic and non-flammable after drying.  Over time, the oils from your hand will enhance the finish and the wood may darken.
 
No duplicating equipment is used in my work, therefore, even with like woods, no two Applicators will be identical.  This Perfume Applicator is truly one of a kind.
 
 
The 24kt gold uses a "premium rack plating" process and is covered with an epoxy coating for extreme durability.  Its beauty and durability has a lifetime guarantee or your money back.
 
Leopard Wood:
Leopard Wood, Panopsis rubellens of the family Proteaceae. This South American wood has an appearance VERY similar to Roupala brasiliense (South American lacewood) but can often be distinguished from it with a small amount of experience --- it is darker brown in color and is harder and heavier and with a noticeably finer texture. It is sometimes called lacewood just as lacewood is sometimes called leopard wood. The two woods Panopsis rubellens and Roupala brasiliense are often confused with each other, because they share both common names and characteristics.  The names lacewood, leopard wood, sycamore, and silky oak all refer (in the USA) to woods that have large, obvious, ray flakes in quarter sawn cuts and there is enormous cross-use of common names and confusion among various of the species that these common names represent. Also, there is sometimes great similarity in actual wood appearance and that of course adds to the possibilities for confusion. There are some other woods that also get into the game, more because of name confusion than due to any likelihood that the woods themselves would be confused.
This product handmade by
Pens by Chris