Among the European olive woods, the olive woods grown in Italy are popular among European and American people because of their dense texture, highest hardness, and beautiful luster patterns. The Italian olive wood used in this museum is quite dense, high hardness but not brittle, oily and rich, and processing performance is also good. The tactile materials are all superior, the heartwood has strong antibacterial and anti- 蛀 ability, and other wood species that are prone to mold It's completely different. It is suitable as the best choice for small objects or food utensils in terms of practicality and aesthetic experience. The wood used in this museum is a log that is naturally decommissioned and felled in accordance with local regulations. It is not randomly cut. This allows consumers to take into account the concept of ecological conservation while using warm wood. Every piece of work comes from the original wood, so the wood grain of each piece is unique. Note: It is recommended that you can purchase natural wood oil / beeswax oil at an additional purchase price. Appropriate application can make the wood grain clearer and brighter and prolong the service life of wood products!