Precious Wood Species
We create products with unique designs using precious wood species.
Types of Wood We Work With
When developing new designs, we strive to emphasize the natural beauty of the materials we use. We steer away from traditional furniture solutions and opt for unusual wood species that can give our interior items a unique appearance and distinct character.
This type of birch is relatively rare in nature but is renowned worldwide for its distinctive trunk shape and texture. The wavy patterns, formed by individual arcs of annual rings, are clearly visible on the cross-section of the trunk. When the bark is removed, the surface resembles a mountainous relief. It is solid, dense, resistant to drying, decay, and corrosion, and is highly resistant to splitting. Furniture made from this wood is considered highly durable and highly valued.
Moraine Oak is a rather rare material that cannot be simply grown. It is wood from common oak trees that have been submerged underwater for several hundred years. The longer the wood has lain on the bottom of a water body, the darker its color becomes. It is important to create specific conditions for its proper drying.
The value of the wood depends on the age of each specific specimen, and the largest reserves are found in Russia, Ukraine, and Belarus.
Thanks to its unique origins, the wood texture of walnut root exhibits a variety of patterns and curls.
This type of wood is obtained from knots on the trunk and roots of the walnut tree, which is quite rare. It is precisely because of its uniqueness combined with its exquisite beauty that walnut root is highly prized as a valuable wood.
The grain pattern of walnut is beautiful and distinctive. In a radial cut, a unique striped pattern is visible. However, it is not just the noble appearance that adds value to this type of wood. Walnut is harder than oak, resistant to ultraviolet rays, and retains its color for a long time. Careful drying is conducted following the appropriate techniques (improper drying can cause warping). When walnut wood is properly dried, it maintains its shape remarkably well for many years.
Bird’s Eye Maple
Bird’s Eye Maple
Bird’s Eye Maple is a rare and mysterious wood with distinctive dot-like formations in its growth structure called ‘bird’s eyes.’ These formations occur as a result of irregularities in cambium growth (one of the layers). Scientists have not fully determined the exact cause of these alterations in the wood. There are suggestions that they may be influenced by extreme weather conditions (drought, sudden cold snaps, precipitation), changes in soil structure, or the activities of microorganisms. However, the exact trigger for the bird’s eye texture in maple remains unknown. Consequently, it is impossible to artificially reproduce this type of wood.
Bird’s Eye Maple is highly valued for its decorative appeal, and its rarity makes it several times more expensive than sugar maple.
Tineo is an evergreen slow-growing tree. Its cross-section exhibits a variety of variations. The colors of the heartwood range from pink to red and may have additional black streaks. The fibers are straight, with a uniform texture and a natural luster.
The drying process of this wood takes a long time: it is carefully dried in specially prepared small sections to avoid warping and future cracking of the wood.
Tineo is highly durable in use: it is very resistant to mechanical and various chemical damages.
Using Italian processing techniques, we obtain stained variations of wood. Only the finest wood species with the necessary qualities that meet all requirements and standards are used.
Stained Karelian Birch
Stained Karelian Birch
Karelian Birch is characterized by the presence of burls (growth deformations on the tree with distorted fiber directions). They occur due to the influence of the environment and various changes. Thanks to its unique features, the wood exhibits a patterned texture when cut and has a pearlescent sheen.
Veneered material securely holds fasteners. It is in high demand due to the scarcity of natural resources. It is often used in the creation of exclusive furniture, interior decoration, and the production of artistic items.
Beech wood exhibits well-defined annual rings and has a diverse range of colors with a characteristic dot pattern.
Beech is ideal for producing veneer, which is the most valuable facing material. Through the staining process, the unique properties and texture of natural wood are preserved.
Beech wood is less prone to warping and cracking during drying. It has high flexibility, making it commonly used in the production of bent furniture.
The success of the Emelyanov Manufactory has been attributed to a unique discovery by our craftsmen – achieving a durable fusion of seemingly related materials such as amber and wood, a feat that had not been accomplished before. For over 30 years, this has allowed us to create not just furniture, but true works of art combining valuable wood species and various types of natural Baltic amber.