birds-eye maple


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bird's′-eye` ma′ple


n.
a cut of sugar maple wood having a wavy grain with many dark, circular markings.
[1785–95]
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So style and light-coloured woods such as birds-eye maple is everything and for good measure I have illustrated a Joseph Lorenzl jazz-age patinated bronze figure, 18 inches high, and despite not being made from precious metal it could easily make PS1,000-PS2,000.
Quintessentially English in style and full of character and old school charm, the new Belgravia Suites feature outstandingly beautiful hand-made furniture in birds-eye maple, mahogany and walnut.
In some cases, thieves are targeting specific types of rare or expensive wood, such as the distinctively patterned birds-eye maple used in some high-end musical instruments.
In addition to the gold-leafed reception area and birds-eye maple stations, Haig & Co.