- a very hard, heavy wood with a coarse grain
- durable, and best suited to traditional, casual or rustic looks.
- found in both red and white varieties
- has a very strong, open-grain pattern and tawny finish, ranging from red to dark cinnamon
- may include random wormholes, mineral deposits, knots and wild-grain patterns
- cut at an angle to the rings of the tree so that its grain shows off flames, flakes and rays
- has a distinctly artistic look that can be applied to any style and look dramatically modern
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