Collection: Olive

Olea europaea, grown throughout many areas of Central Europe, was planted by locals, soldiers, and anyone who has enjoyed eating olives or cooking with olive oil. Native European stock tends to produce larger boules with larger, thicker, and more stable lumber. Ideal for high end cabinets, end tables, and fancy turned articles, European Olive tends to have regular grain patterns (not fiddleback or burl), unlike the orchard trees in the United States. This is a rare and prized species in exotic lumber. This is the same species of olive that is sent from the "Holy Land"; it has just been grown elsewhere.
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