The striking contrast between the honey tans and the deep browns flow in a pattern that is reminiscent of a Zebra's stripes. These eye-catching cufflinks are not your grandfather's simple and subdued cufflinks. These are here to make a statement.
Zebrawood was first recorded in the British Customs returns for 1773, when 180 pieces of the wood were imported from the Mosquito Coast, a British colony. It is a heavy, hard wood with a somewhat coarse texture, often with an interlocked or wavy grain. The interlocked grain of this wood, like that of many tropical woods, can make it difficult to work. It is a decorative exotic wood, used in a limited way for veneer, furniture trim, inlay bandings, and marquetry. It is also sometimes seen as stocks of handguns or in exotic guitars. In the past, it was used in Cadillac and Mercedes-Benz automobiles.
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