China's appetite for fine furniture is one of the reasons cited for the recent expansion of regulations concerning the export and import of any kind of rosewood, not just Brazilian rosewood
, by the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Flora and Fauna (CITES).
It has spicy Brazilian rosewood
too, and is described as the warming heat of a fireside with cashmere blankets.
Another CITES example is furniture made of Brazilian rosewood
. "That's a material that turns up a lot in mid-century furniture, not just 18th century productions, but [from the] 1940s, '50s and 60s.
Jumeirah Port Soller Hotel and Spa has also signed an agreement with ALLCOT to offset carbon emissions from employee trips through investment in the Brazilian Rosewood
Amazon Conservation project to eliminate an equivalent volume of emissions.
The piano is made of Brazilian Rosewood
and is adorned with extensively carved legs, lyre and moldings.
Kitchen includes custom Brazilian rosewood
cabinetry, white Carrerea marble counter tops with bar and stainless steel.
The expansive dining area features furniture made from dark palm wood, Brazilian rosewood
, and mahogany, with plush chairs.
Looking up from the foyers, the eye is equally drawn to the Brazilian rosewood
strips making up the ceiling oldie dome.
Known for its aesthetic beauty and tone, Brazilian rosewood
is the favored wood of all time among guitarists, but it is now an endangered species and usually cannot be legally imported or exported."
Cadillac Studio craftsmen handpicked fallen Brazilian Rosewood
, a wood veneer prized for its use for hundreds of years in home furnishings and musical instruments.
The model features a radiator grille with honeycomb inserts, sleek headlights mounted on the outer edges of the front end and an updated version of the Cadillac emblem and cockpit with a large dose of handpicked fallen Brazilian Rosewood
trim and a tall centre console.
They displayed the bracing, the pick art, and the finely grained Brazilian rosewood