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Ash, stained

Ash, stained Ash trees provide a light wood with a characteristic, ring-shaped grain that is distinguished by its high elasticity and firmness. This type of wood is ”sealed“ and made water-resistant using oils.

Pine, thermowood

Pine, thermowood Finnish pine: MÜHLE processes this vividly grained wood as ”thermowood“. To do so, the natural material is modified in a special heating process. The result is a durable, water-resistant product.

Ash, natural

Ash, natural Ash trees provide a light wood with a characteristic, ring-shaped grain that is distinguished by its high elasticity and firmness. This type of wood is ”sealed“ and made water-resistant using oils.

Plum wood

Plum wood Designers, turners and carvers have long since discovered the wood of the plum tree. They use the material for writing utensils, furniture and musical instruments. We have included it in our collection because of its intriguing colouring and vivid grain. Another sustainable advantage is that it is an indigenous wood which is both […]

Steamed ash

Steamed ash Besides beech and oak, ash is one of the most important indigenous deciduous timbers. It is to be found in Europe, most frequently in the more northerly regions. For our purposes, the wood is briefly heated to a very high temperature. In this process it attains high resistance to water, the grain is […]

Bog oak

Bog oak This rare material is not a wood species in its own right, but comes from wood that sank into bogs many centuries ago and has undergone various processes of change in the meantime. This preserves the wood naturally and lastingly. An expressive, dark colour develops due to the tannins in the bog. The […]

Olive wood

Olive wood Since ancient times, olive wood has been valued for its outstanding material characteristics and warm colouring. It is to be found throughout the Mediterranean region and has been used for centuries to make durable goods or artistic objects. The wood we use must be dried carefully for months before the handles are turned. […]

Thuja grain wood

Thuja grain wood From golden brown to ruddy, with subtle or vivid veining in the grain: The burl of the sandarac tree, or Barbary thuja as it is also known, is regarded as one of the most valuable and most beautiful woods in the world. The strongly grained root burl only grows to a respectable […]

Briar wood

Briar wood This material has long been valued by lovers of fine tobacco pipes or inlaid work. But only a few people know that the exquisite briar wood is taken from the Erica arborea which grows exclusively in Mediterranean regions. In order to process the vividly grained wood for brushes and razors the wood is […]

Karelian masur birch

Karelian masur birch The particularly beautiful wood of the masur birch comes from trees in the tree-line regions of the far north. Due to the harsh climatic conditions, the growth height is low and the wood develops an exceptionally rich grain. The precious wood has therefore been traditionally worked to create decorative objects. The hand-picked […]