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Satinwood

Satinwood is a hardwood native to the West Indies and Sri Lanka. With a yellowish close grain, satinwood can transform to a rich buttery satin-like finish when polished. With the revival of marquetry work in furniture, lighter wood with exotic varieties was favoured, such as Satinwood. Popular from the late 18th century during the Sheraton period, as well as in the Edwardian era, Satinwood can often be found in veneer form, with marquetry foliage and Japanned embellishments.

18th century English Cabinet makers who used Satinwood: Thomas Chippendale, Ince and Mayhew, John Linnell, George Hepplewhite,

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