- hard, fibrous material formed by the accumulation of secondary xylem produced by the vascular cambium. Wood is one of the most abundant and versatile natural materials on earth, and unlike coal, ores, and petroleum, is renewable with proper care. Wood is a wonderful material, and it is self-sustaining when grown in well managed forests.The wood species mentioned here, are the most commonly used in our own production.
This item is made of molave driftwood, is really a work of art by nature. Molave (vitex parviflora) driftwood makes an ideal natural collection for home decorative products and other art forms. This is one of the most widely used woods in the Philippines.          
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Made of gmelina wood, one of the most versatile timbers of the tropics. Its gmelina timber is easy to work with hand and machine tools. The wood is soft and light compared to hardwood. Gmelina tree (gmelina arborea) is a fast growing plant, which grows on different localities and prefers on moist fertile valleys.
Coconut wood is a material taken from the coconut palm (cocos nucifera), color and grain of wood will vary from piece to piece. This wood can be a promising material for the manufacture of furniture and other home decors due to its beautiful grain and attractive natural appearance.
There are so many kinds of native wood found in the Philippines. Native wood such as robles (cassia fistula), pangantoon (pittosporum pentandrum), nangka (artocarpus heterophyllus), bayong (efzelia rhomboidea), and many more. This wood differ in color, grain, texture and quality.
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