Among the olive trees in Europe, olive trees grown in Italy are popular among European and American people because of their dense texture, highest hardness, and beautiful luster. The Italian olive wood used in this museum is quite dense, high in hardness but not brittle, rich in oil and good in processing performance, all of which are superior in touch, strong in heartwood, antibacterial and mothproof, and other wood species that are prone to mold growth It is completely different. In terms of practicality and aesthetic experience, it is suitable as the best choice for living things or eating utensils. The wood used in this museum is naturally decommissioned and normally felled in accordance with local regulations. It is not arbitrarily cut down. It allows you to use the warm wood while taking into account the concept of ecological conservation. Each piece comes from logs, so the wood grain of each piece is unique. Remarks: It is recommended to purchase natural wood oil / beeswax oil at an increased purchase price. Appropriate application can make the wood grain more clear and bright and extend the service life of wood products!