Macassar ebony

Macassar ebony

A hard, very heavy wood of the East Indies; black with red or brown streaks; used for decorative paneling and applications requiring high-impact or wear resistance.
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The device also feature 50 diamonds-10 of them are blue-and is has expensive Macassar ebony wood on the sides.
The eye-catching kitchen is bespoke and has handcrafted Bookmatched Macassar Ebony floating kitchen units made from one continuous grain, plus a Corian-type work surface.
Custom renovation with Wenge wood flooring, Macassar ebony woodwork.
Generous quantities of polished Macassar Ebony and open-pore Paldao embellish the interior, set off by contrasting light moccasin and dark spice leathers that adorn the seats, armrests and dashboard top.
The interior of this grand tourer is modern, minimalist and beautifully handcrafted using rare materials such as Macassar Ebony and open-pore Paldao, as well as lashings of leather.
Its 3-3/4inch blade is made of 42GHC stainless steel with a satin finish; the handle is Macassar Ebony Dymondwood.
The Fibonacci is handcrafted featuring the iconic Fibonacci spiral made entirely from six individual logs of Macassar Ebony, creating a fluid design that represents the geometric harmony found in nature.
Opposite, is a macassar ebony and tooled leather art deco jewellery cabinet designed for Clairette Wolfers by Clement Mere around 1925.
Limited only to 10 boxes, this Ebony Pearl edition has a striking mother-of-pearl inlay in the shape of a peacock, a Macassar ebony veneer and a soft faux-leather interior in vibrant blue.
The table top consists of 96 pieces of genuine Macassar ebony veneer.
For instance, the company pairs dark macassar ebony timber with high gloss white parapan solid acrylics and 20mm black granite on cabinets and storage units.
The Ruger grips are the firm's World Class Grade and are made from Macassar ebony, with loads of figure and a perfect finish.