Hand-carved Owl Flesh Ear Plug from Sawo Wood

The offer refers to 1 piece. Each piece is unique. When buying 2 pieces, we will send a matching pair

Reddish brown double flared filigree ear plugs carved from sawo wood with owl motif - look magical

Comfortable and secure fit due to the saddle shape of the plug

The plugs are available in sizes 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 22, 24, 26, 28 and 30 mm

Handmade from natural materials: slight variations in size (+/- 1 mm), shape, color and structure possible

Very elaborate hand-carved ear plug made of reddish-brown Sawo wood (Manilkara Kauki) with owl motif.

Handcrafted from natural materials: Southeast Asian Sawo wood (Manilkara Kauki), this is a wood with a subtle very pleasant grain.
A beautiful and unique piece of jewelry! Even in the smaller sizes, the carvings are amazingly detailed.
Small differences are possible due to the manual work in every single plug.
The back is plain.

Comfortable and secure fit. Due to the saddle shape of the ear plugs - narrower in the middle - no holding rubber rings are necessary. The plug sits perfectly on the ear and does not slip.

Jewelry made of organic materials (such as wood, horn and bone) provides the best wearing comfort due to its lightness and unlike piercing jewelry made of plastics or metals, the odor formation is greatly reduced and suitable for allergy sufferers. When used correctly, the jewelry is harmless but cannot be sterilized.

Each piece is handmade and unique in color and shape.
Handmade: slight variations in size (+/-1 mm), shape, color and structure possible.
The focus on nature and traditional craftsmanship characterizes Fly Style.

The owl is part of the most diverse and widespread legends and superstitions . Across Europe, the owl is pictured and perceived as a "witch bird", which appears on gatherings of witches, is used as the witches messenger services and with whose feathers adorn the witches. Owls accompany the Wild army and the devil's grandmother turns into an owl. The owl is so in superstition a demonic bird. In Italy, it was believed even that in fact the owl eyes could kill. In ancient Greece was the cry of the owl represented a bad omen. In the Old Testament it appears as an image of gehabter destruction (Ps. 102.7 , Isaiah 13:21 , Zephaniah 2:14). But the owl is also perceived as a good luck charm. There are some regions where the owl cry does not announce death but the birth of a child. This is the case, for example, in the region of Bern, Switzerland. In the Lausitz the cry of an owl near a house in which a pregnant woman is a regional superstition, which means that a complication-free birth is expected. In addition, the owl is considered the bird of wisdom, for example, in its capacity as a companion of the goddess Athena. In Norse mythology, the owl brings the souls of the dead to the land of eternal youth.

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