Olive Wood

Olive wood is a wood that is obtained from the olive tree (scientific name: Olea europaea). It is known for its beautiful grain patterns and durability, making it a popular choice for various woodworking projects. Olive wood has a distinctive warm color with varying shades of brown and often features unique patterns like swirls or knots. It is commonly used for crafting furniture, kitchen utensils, cutting boards, and decorative items. Additionally, olive wood is highly prized for its resistance to water and bacteria, making it suitable for use in kitchenware, Nativity sets, Christmas Ornaments, Christian figures.