The Tanganyika wood comes from the Equatorial belt of rainforests across Africa. The color of stained woods is obtained with natural and hypoallergenic dyes.
American oak grows in large areas of central and northern America, from the forest of the Appalachians. The color of stained woods is obtained with natural and hypoallergenic dyes.
The metal used is Monel, a category of nickel silver combining a range of precious alloys. It has a very good resistance to corrosion and is flexible enough to be adjustable.
Cellulose acetate is made with cotton fiber imported from Japan. We use it for our end-tips so as to be adapted on the basis of each morphology. The exclusive brushed matt finishing of acetate reminds the woods veneer.