Handcrafted Lignum Vitea Magnifying Glass MG009

$29.75

An unusual gift that will be appreciated.

My Handcrafted Lignum Vitea Magnifying Glass is an exceptional handcrafted item and like most crafted pieces on this website sell very quickly. This would make a fantastic gift for a special friend.

Please note you can only add (1) of this pen to your cart. The pen shown in the image is unique and is a one off as are most of the items made in my workshop. Any section of Timber, Polyester Resin or most materials have a different grain pattern. These patterns are generally never repeated.

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Handcrafted from timber from Lignum Vitea.

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Item Magnifying Glass
Finish Gold Plating
Material Lignum Vitea
Shipping Australia: Free within Australia
Shipping International: $12.00
Warranty: 90 Days
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Lignum vitae is a trade wood, also called guayacan or guaiacum, and in parts of Europe known as pockholz, from trees of the genus Guaiacum. The trees are indigenous to the Caribbean and the northern coast of South America and have been an important export crop to Europe since the beginning of the 16th century. The wood was once very important for applications requiring a material with its extraordinary combination of strength, toughness, and density. It is also the national tree of the Bahamas and the Jamaican national flower.

The wood is obtained chiefly from Guaiacum officinale and Guaiacum sanctum, both small, slow growing trees. All species of the genus Guaiacum are now listed in Appendix II of CITES (the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora) as potentially endangered species. Demand for the wood has been reduced by modern materials science, which has led to polymer, alloys and composite materials that can take lignum vitae’s place.Lignum Vitea

 

 

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Weight 120 g

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