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Bocote is an exotic wood native to Mexico, Central America, and the West Indies. It features a wide range of grain patterns from straight to wild, with curved lines and swirls. The color darkens with age and ranges from golden brown to tan to golden yellow. It is a hard, heavy, and dense wood, strong and stiff, with a medium texture.
Cedar is a rugged, naturally rot-resistant wood that thrives in the southern United States. As a tough, rustic wood, cedar is used for fence posts, support beams, woodcrafts, and all sorts of furniture making.
Cocobolo is a tropical Central American hardwood that is stunning reddish-brown color that is beautiful and rare for both woodworkers and cane collectors. Our craftsmen choose the finest Cocobolo lumber, cut it to size, work it on a router, sand it, and then twist it with our signature spiral.
Those seeking a rustic and reliable walking companion should look no further than hickory. A dense, rugged wood, hickory is able to withstand the most strenuous conditions. Its unparalleled strength has made it a wood of choice for tool handles, bows and baseball bats.
Each piece of oak is carefully chosen, prepared, sanded, and stained to a beautiful perfection in brown, red, or tan. When sanded smoothly, and stained in one our attractive colors, oak's innate beauty is magnified.
The powerful, sweeping sassafras has been a picturesque favorite all across America for centuries, being known for its towering height, deep fragrance, and unmatched beauty. It has been used in everything from root beer and essential oils to finely crafted woodwork.