Ebony

Ebony is a very rare, black hardwood with a beautiful smooth finish, making it an incredibly valuable material. In the 18th and 19th Centuries, many fine pieces of furniture were stained black, in a process known as ebonising, in order to give the appearance of being made of rich ebony. 

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  1. 19th Century 4
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  1. Mercier Frères (French, est. 1828) 1
  2. Riesener, Jean Henri (French, 1735-1806) 1
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