Metsa Three Finger Wooden Rings

A brand out of Toronto, Canada, Metsa Design originally began with a focus on textiles and

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A brand out of Toronto, Canada, Metsa Design originally began with a focus on textiles and apparel which eventually branched out into jewelery with the 2008 creation of their Food line. Born out of a desire to create jewelery with a strong societal conscious, the Food line of rings are each produced under ethical practices with sustainable materials. Together the smooth polished wooden finish is combined with the angular design of the ring, each complimenting each other over a number of different wooden materials. Four different materials feature different qualities, styles include African Blackwood, Cocobolo, Camatillo and Ebony. The three-finger rings retail for $90 USD while $80 USD will buy you the two-finger ring (not shown). For more information, visit MetsaDesign.com.

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