Imperial Harvest Tiger Striped Agarwood Beads Bracelet

      • DescriptionOver the course of no less than 300 years, the Tiger-striped Agarwood undergoes its ageing process as it is half-buried in the ground. This unique position of the felled log leads to thick stripes of variegated Agarwood resin being formed across the wood. These Agarwood deposits resemble a tiger’s stripes, giving the Tiger-striped Agarwood its moniker.

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