Bayong Wooden Beads
Bayong is a hardwood that is usually produced in the Philippines. It is tough, making it long wearing and suitable for gems. The characteristic shade of the hardwood is of warm brownish red colour, with a dazzling wood grain design that can be effortlessly seen. You may get a delicate sheen from the wood beads are moved around in the light.
Ebony Wooden Beads
Ebony is a clear term that can indicate to one of a few mixtures of thick, dull, or dark, hardwoods. Naturally, ebony wooden beads have a fine, tight wood grain, that takes an exceptionally pleasant finish. Some ebony beads have a blend of dull cocoa and dark shades that frame a united example, and are alluded to as Tiger Ebony.
At the point when moved around in the light, graywood beads have an unpretentious, smoky dark, sheen. The term graywood can be utilized for one specific types of wood, or it is now and then connected to an assortment of woods that are dim in shading. Graywood beads are lightweight and exceptionally smooth with a tight wood grain.
Magkuno, likewise referred to in the Philippines as ironwood, is a hard tropical wood that has the notoriety of being the hardest wood on the planet. This has rapidly turned into one of my top picks as the shading here is a rich, chocolate chestnut, that helps me to remember M&M's sweet. Magkuno beads are hard, super smooth, with an exceptionally decent wood grain. They take a decent shine, issuing them the look of fine furniture.
Nangka (Jackfruit Tree Wood)
Nangka is wood from the Jackfruit tree. Other than being utilized for general house development and furniture, it is normally used to make musical instruments. It has a warm yellow chestnut or brilliant cocoa shading. Nangka wooden beads are hard, smooth, with a free wood grain that can be effortlessly seen in the beads.