The Versatility of Olivewood: More than Just Pool Cue Material
Are you seeking high-quality, exotic hardwood for your next pool cue project? Look no further than Olivewood - Olea Capensis, Olea spp. With its unique grain patterns, stunning color variations, and durability, Olivewood is the perfect choice for cue makers who want to create a pool cue that is both functional and beautiful.
The Beauty of Olivewood
Olivewood is known for its stunning, unique grain patterns and color variations. No two pieces of Olivewood are alike, making each pool cue crafted from this wood genuinely one-of-a-kind. Its warm, natural tones and smooth texture make it a pleasure to work with and use.
The Durability of Olivewood
Olivewood is a dense hardwood that is highly resistant to moisture and wear. This makes it the perfect choice for pool cues that withstand regular use without warping or cracking. With proper care, a pool cue made from Olivewood can last for generations.
The Versatility of Olivewood
In addition to its use in pool cues, Olivewood is a popular choice for various other woodworking projects. It can be used for everything from cutting boards to furniture, and its beautiful grain patterns and durability make it a favorite of woodworkers worldwide.
Caring for Olivewood
To keep your Olivewood pool cue looking beautiful and performing at its best, it's essential to take proper care of it. Regular cleaning and waxing will help maintain its beauty and durability, and storing it in a dry, cool place will help prevent warping or cracking.
Olivewood - Olea Capensis, Olea spp.
Wild African Olivewood is brown to rich greenish-brown in color, streaked with dark brown lines. Sapwood is creamy yellow or goldin, often interlaced with dark stripes—lovely contrast. The figure ranges from straight to wavy. It is complex and heavy, with excellent texture. Wild African Olivewood will tend to have much more figuring than its Italian counterpart.
Source Region: East Africa
PLEASE NOTE: Besides our standard return policy conditions, all costs incurred to ship wood back to Atlas will be at the buyer's expense. The wood cannot be machined and must have our stamp on it.
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