Discreetly marbled undertones add depth to elm wood’s otherwise clean aesthetic. Fitted with beautifully contrasting duck egg blue keys, this model exudes warmth and elegance. Yet at the same time, the minimalist design and metal inlay make it an unmistakably contemporary accessory.
The wood of the native elm is called Rüster in German. It is a tough, non-yielding and extremely impact-resistant wood. The color spectrum ranges from yellowish-white in the sapwood through to pale brown or reddish in the heartwood. Elm wood has a fine grain and a highly varied and sophisticated appearance.