Imperial Harvest Near Sinking Agarwood Beads Bracelet

      • DescriptionOne of the finest tiers of Agarwood worldwide, Near Sinking Agarwood was reserved for circles of high nobility, particularly for members of China’s ruling elite. Undergoing an ageing process that spans at least a millennia-long, the density of Agarwood resins formed in this exquisite variation causes it to partially sink when submerged in water. The resin is evenly distributed across each bead, giving the Near Sinking Agarwood an elegant appearance.

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