Creating Featherwood jewelry starts with laminating a broad palette of natural and colored hardwood veneer,
   most of which I pressure dye myself, into stacks of 300 or so layers. The lamination is cut into blocks, then into   
   curves and smaller shapes. These are made into jewelry by careful cutting on band saws and refining with a high-
   speed sander. Finally, I apply several coats of a durable semi-gloss finish. This process ensures that no two pieces 
   are ever identical, they're impossible to exactly reproduce. I personally do all design and craftwork from start to finish  
   and unconditionally guarantee all my work. It’s my hope everyone who wears my jewelry enjoys them as much as I 
   have in making them.

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