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A domestic hardwood, Hickory is the hardest, heaviest, and strongest North American
wood in common everyday use.
Varying from brown to reddish-brown in color, with a very coarse texture and
usually straight grain, Hickory is a woodworking standard for strength and durability.
An American favorite, Hickory brings strength and durability to our Exotic
Woods Pepper Mills.
An eye-catching wood from Africa, Padauk boasts an intriguing color that varies
from a rich crimson or brick red, to reddish-purple streaks, to bright-orange.
It darkens over time to a deep reddish-brown.
This very dense exotic wood polishes to an excellent finish. Padauk is used
for wood turning, wood carving and flooring, among many other applications and
some on some of the finest wood products.
Padauk adds vibrant color to our Exotic Woods Pepper Mills.
Among the most beautiful and well-known domestic hardwoods, Walnut is a rich
chocolate brown with a uniform texture. The inherent durability of this domestic
hardwood makes it a popular choice in furniture construction.
Walnut is considered to be one of the finest and widely used woods in the
United States. It's also an excellent choice for carving and lathe work.
Walnut adds a touch of American tradition, as well as rich color and texture,
to our Exotic Woods Pepper Mills.
A visually striking hardwood imported from Brazil, Yellowheart boasts a bright
yellow color thatís very consistent across the surface. The grain is usually
straight and uniform.
This woodís distinctive color lends itself well to adding dramatic accents
in smaller items, such as pepper mills, salt mills and grinders
Yellowheartís distinctive golden hue serves as a brilliant contrast to the
darker woods used in our Exotic Woods Pepper Mills.