Mahogany is a hard close grained wood that is impervious to woodworm. Mahogany is indigenous to Central America and the West Indies. Mahogany was introduced to British cabinet makers from Jamaica around 1730. Mahogany is used both in the solid and as a veneer. The most exotic and richly figured varieties of mahogany veneer include plum pudding, fiddle back and flame.
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