fumed oak


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fumed oak

Oak which has been darkened by exposure to ammonia fumes.
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Anslow's grand store in the High Street was advertising yuletide gifts like a smoker's cabinet in fumed oak, for 45 shillings, a dressing table trinket set for 16/6d, a mahoghany book trough for 3/3d, a solid oak Jacobean-style writing bureau for just over pounds 10, palm tubs, cake stands and lucky black cat ornaments.
Ceiling heights range from 9'--11' and rich 5" wide plank fumed oak floors are featured throughout.