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Woods

BEAUTY, EXCEPTIONAL DESIGN, UNMATCHED QUALITY:

The construction elements of Ojemar International are veneered with various European and American woods (such as walnut, ebony, rosewood, oak, chestnut, cherry wood or mahogany). Strips of wood veneer are assembled with a varied pattern for the making of the plate, and which emphasizes the traditional method of production and shows a strong character. Automatic self-closing drawers use metal guides to ensure a smooth and quiet closure.  Height adjusters ensure the perfect fit of doors and drawers.

ALL WOODS WE USE COME FROM CONTROLLED LOGGING. *

*A controlled logging does not remove more than the annually grow in forests. This keeps the forest permanently covered and only a controlled surplus is cut.

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MAHOGANY:

The mahogany trees are the best example of fine wood, highly appreciated for being easy to work while resistant to pests (termites, woodworm, etc.), as well as their appearance. In addition to its weight and high density, it is a wood that resists moistness. It was used in former times in the keels of sailing boats to increase stability by providing more ballast than other lighter woods.

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OAK:

Oak wood is pinkish brown color, with well demarcated darker streaks. It is a very durable wood indoors, but does not support much in the outdoors. It is used for furniture, carpentry, interior trim, veneer, moldings, etc.

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PALO SANTO WOOD:

It is one of the heaviest and hardest woods. It has a greenish color with light brown veins well marked, which makes it very pleasing to the eye, and also has a pleasant aroma. It is a wood of extraordinary strength and durability, resisting very well to weathering and attrition. Classics are the matt, ashtrays, canes, chests, handles, pedestals and ornaments in general, because it is a very colorful and durable wood. It is also used for certain musical instruments, luxury furniture, and other jobs that require excellent finish and durability.

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ROSEWOOD WOOD:

This is a beautiful wood, with a chocolaty color. It is in general, a hard and resistant wood to external agents. It supports a good polish and is used for luxury cabinetmaking, claddings, inlays and veneers. It was especially used in Louis XV style furniture.

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WALNUT WOOD:

this wood is resistant, compact, of short fibers, elastics, of tight and thin grain. It is easy to work, of small shrinkage and nice marbling. It is used in cabinet making, being the most appreciated wood for its beautiful polish, which makes it expensive. It is also used in paneling, wainscoting, sculpture, etc.

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EBONY WOOD:

Durable and resistant to moistness. It dries easily, is stable, easy of sawing, polishing and varnishing, which gets a perfect finish. It is used for high quality furniture, interior joinery, pianos, Industrial modeling, block engraving, musical instruments, boat interiors, carvings, sculptures, lathe…

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CHERRY WOOD:

It is a hard and heavy wood, of reduced sapwood, white with dark red heartwood and bright veining. It does not support significant variations in humidity. The medullary rays are very thin and straight, supporting a nice polish.

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CHESTNUT WOOD:

A yellowish wood, with similar appearance to the oak but easier to handle and more stable. It is a wood of medium hardness, elastic, tenacious and flexible. It is highly appreciated for furniture, flooring floor, musical instruments, etc.