Customarily used in the hilt of Japanese swords, popularized in mid-18th century Europe by Jean-Claude Galluchat, and later revived as a decorative material in Art Deco design, shagreen, or sting ray skin, was sought after for its luxurious texture. Exhibiting a tactile geometric pattern born from the grinding down of the fused bone, this material displays an exquisite the pearl-patterned detail.

Custom colors available.