These are the woods with which we fell in love with the natural beauty and versatility of each unique vein and grain.
Walnut is considered one of the most valuable types of wood in existence today. Heartwood that varies in shades from light brown to dark chocolate. The sapwood is creamy white. Hickory wood is one of America's most prized woods for use in high-quality joinery.
Teak wood is a tropical hardwood. Characterized by its great beauty, resistance, stability and durability. Teak wood is one of the few woods around the world that produces its own oil.
Mahogany wood is one of the most precious woods in the world market as well as one of the highest value. Very limited availability. Considered by many as the best wood for cabinetmaking around the world.
It is pale pink to white in color with minimal difference between the sapwood and heartwood. In addition, as it is a quality wood with highly appreciated colors, it is in significant demand for all kinds of uses.
Quercus rubra (Northern)
Light pinkish-gray sapwood, gradually transitioning to pinkish-brown heartwood with a yellowish or reddish tinge. Growth rings clearly marked by bands of large pores, veined; coarse texture, surface somewhat glossy; dry wood without characteristic odor or taste.
Ebony is a wood whose color is one of the most intense blacks known, and due to its very high density (it is one of the few woods that sinks in water, since almost all woods have a density less than of water), its good texture and its very smooth polishability is very valuable as wood.
Sandalwood is one of those considered "noble woods" It has been used since ancient times not only in cabinetmaking, but also in the world of perfumery, traditional medicine and cosmetics, since the oil obtained has interesting properties.
It is native to tropical Africa in Uganda. The commercial importance of wood is reminiscent of mahogany, with a distinctive reddish hue, widely used in quality carpentry: doors, cladding, luxury furniture, etc.