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A guest for Canadians

A guest for Canadians

The use of marquetry has begun from Asia, but today we have nailed it to the homes of the people of Canada by using Toronto wood.
Marquetry artists use walnut wood, jujube, alfalfa, rash, alder, mapra, acacia, shamsad raskish, oak, walnut, cake, pistachio, olive, cherry, elm, ebony, betel, akagio.

Of course, Marquetry still works with the eastern instrument like a knife.

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Glorious Nature

Glorious Nature

Canada Handmade Wood Craft and Parquetry Innovation in Nature Glorious

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Marquetry patterns

Marquetry patterns

If you are looking for a special design for a marquetry, we suggest choosing one of the following patterns. These patterns are considered to be the most beautiful designs of the mosaic, which, in addition to different applications, are a beautiful design.
We invite you to the artist’s friends and interested in artwork by clicking on any item from other patterns and models.

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New Product Arrival WS518

New Product Arrival WS518

luxury parquetry wood craft , New Product Arrival SAG WS518
Wood Craft  -WS518

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New Product Arrival -WS519

New Product Arrival -WS519

Saam Art Group New Product Arrival WS519 New Product Arrival  

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African Jade Gemstones

African Jade Gemstones

Hardness
6.0 – 6.5.

Appearance
Similar in color to malachite.

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What is Woodcraft ?

What is Woodcraft ?

The term woodcraft — or woodlore — denotes skills and experience in matters relating to living and thriving in the woods—such as hunting, fishing, and camping—whether on a short- or long-term basis. Traditionally, woodcraft pertains to subsistence lifestyles, with implications of hunting-gathering. In more recent times, and in developed countries, it relates more to either outdoor recreationalism or survivalism.

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