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wood of various fruit trees (as apple or cherry or pear) used especially in cabinetwork

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A Charles II oak and fruitwood parquetry long dresser, with moulded top above four drawers each and two octagonal fielded panels inlaid with geometric patterns, standing on six compound baluster and block legs, realised PS9,500.
2 handfuls fruitwood chips, such as apple or cherry 1 to 2 pounds peaches, peeled, pitted and sliced Soak wood chips in water for about half an hour, then drain.
Constructed from natural fruitwood and enhanced by a striking stone inlay and hand crafted metal fittings it's a beautiful and unique piece of furniture.
1500, MurilloOs large canvas Don Andrs de Andrade y la Cal, now in a beautiful black[ETH]and[ETH]gold painted contemporary frame, and Frans HalsO Portrait of a Man, formerly in an elaborate gilded 19th century frame and now in a simple, elegant fruitwood frame that is certainly closer to the manner in which would have been framed in 17th century Holland.
A fine oak blanket chest, dating back to 1580, is expected to fetch between PS300 and PS500, while a fine oak and fruitwood dining table, crafted in 1630, may sell for up to PS1,000.
At Acme, mostly farm-fished salmon, usually from Norway and Chile, is cured in a mild salt and brown sugar brine for up to a week, then cold smoked over fruitwood shavings for up to 24 hours.
The Quatro table lamp from Pacific Coast Lighting is a mid-century item that features a dark fruitwood finish, a linen round shade, and the letter H in its design.
Homebuyers still have an opportunity to call Las Colinas home, with the sought-after two-story Residence One available, offering four bedrooms, four baths, upgraded fruitwood cabinetry, included GE stainless steel appliances, granite in the home's kitchen and master bath and upgraded flooring with select window treatments.
A fine bureau, ornately decorated, ormolu-mounted satine, oeil de vermeil and kingwood parquetry, by Millet sold for [pounds sterling]49,250, an ormolu-mounted maple, mahogany, citronnier and fruitwood marquetry breakfront commode sold for [pounds sterling]43,250 and rare ebony and ebonised Japanese lacquer bureau sold for [pounds sterling]39,650.
According to the trade association, this makes alder easy to match and finish, even with clear fruitwood finishes, because kiln-dried alder presents no problems with sap, mineral streaks, dark color or stain.
With a wood-fired smoker, be sure to have plenty of fruitwood or other favored fuel/smoke wood on hand to last 4 to 8 hours, depending on size of roast.
Jawad Salim (Iraq, 1919-1961) Mother and Child, fruitwood and mixed media, inscribed with the artist's name and the title on the base, 43 x 30 x 14cm.
George II burr walnut writing chest, circa 1730, pounds 60,000-pounds 90,000 George II walnut and burr chest with rare veneered back, circa 1730-40, pounds 60,000-pounds 90,000 George II walnut dressing table or lowboy, circa 1730, pounds 30,000-pounds 50,000 John Parry (right) with one of his favourite pieces, a Welsh spoon rack, and George III fruitwood tea caddies ranging from pounds 3,000-pounds 9,000 (left) George Cockram's painting of George''s Dock Late 17th century Charles II Wilby House silkwork casket estimated to sell for pounds 40,000-pounds 60,000
Apples and pears emerge near the finish of this full-bodied but not overpowering Scotch, and it finishes with a brisk fruitwood smokiness.
Oak veneered with brass, pewter, tortoiseshell, walnut and ebony with drawers of oak and rosewood, gilded fruitwood.