Burmese Teak (Tectona Grandis)


Teak (Tectona grandis) is a tropicalhardwood tree species placed in the flowering plant family Lamiaceae. Teak’s natural oils make it useful in exposed lacations, and make the timber termite and pest resistant. Teak’s high oil content, high tensile strength and tight grain make it particularly suitable where ehather resistance is desired, It is used in the manufacture of outdoor furniture and boat decks.

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Auk Chin Sar Ni (Ammoora Wallichi)


Auk Chin Sar Ni is a durable hardwood with all the characteristics for making strong and elegant garden furniture. Our Auck Chin Sar Ni is sourced from forests in The upper Myanmar. It is red/pink in color when freshly cut, mellowing to sliver/grey over time. Auk Chin Sar Ni is a well-known hardwood with ideal qualities for producing excellent garden furniture flooring .Its dense structure has great strength making it highly impact resistant. It has a fine flecked grain with occasional figure depending on how the timber is cut. The heartwood is pinkish when freshly cut and darkens to the typical Auk Chin Sar Ni reddish brown. In time the furniture will change to a distinguished silver grey color.




The bamboo plant is technically a type of grass. It is, in fact, the largest member of the grass family and it grows in pretty much any type of climate, from cold mountain regions to hot tropical areas. Bamboo is a popular eco-friendly material thanks to its fast-growing rate and other characteristics. It’s a very strong and durable material which is surprising given its gentle and delicate nature. Bamboo furniture can withstand everyday use. It is far more resistant to damage than traditional hardwoods. Bamboo is even used in cutting boards for this reason; it can take the beating of repeated knife use and still remain beautiful, and bamboo is gentler on knife blades than other woods