Commonly used for inlays, furniture, piano keys (dyed black), broom and brush handles, turned objects, and other small novelty items.
|Colour/Appearance||Ideal lumber has a very uniform, pale white color with virtually no visible grain pattern. Knots are common, which can reduce the usable area of the wood. Can develop a bluish/gray fungal stain if not dried rapidly after cutting. Holly is usually cut during the winter and kiln dried shortly thereafter to preserve the white colour of the wood.|
|Grain||Grain is interlocked and irregular. Medium to fine uniform texture with moderate natural luster.|
|Workability||Can be difficult to work on account of the numerous knots and interlocked grain. Glues, stains, and finishes well, and is sometimes stained black as a substitute for Ebony. Turns well on the lathe.|
|Note||Specifications may change, please check with your local Windsor Plywood location to verify availability. Some products may be special order.|
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