Mahogany Furniture

Mahogany has been synonymous with luxury since English furnituremakers Chippendale, Hepplewhite, and Sheraton made it their wood of choice in the late 1700s. Its easy workability made it ideal for the hand tools of the day and perfect for the ornate carvings adorning their high-end furniture. It’s rich, pink-tinged tan color that darkened to a deep, lustrous red secured its dominion as the ‘Wood of Kings”.   Those classic cabinetmakers preferred  mahogany (Swietenia mahagoni) for good reason – it proved superior in nearly all areas that matter to woodworkers.  The furniture makers appreciated the tight grain that readily accepted any finish and the worlds consumers loved the rich color.

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