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There were occasional pieces in a horizontal format or in other woods, like elm and sycamore, He moved his sculptures around on heavy wooden dollies that came to seem like the only appropriate bases for the works.
Most of the track is elegantly lined with cherry, silver birch and sycamore, in avenue style.
Timberyards in the British Isles would have contained indigenous woods like oak, ash, elm, sycamore and beech.
Both cabinets are made of sycamore entirely ebonized, and the panels are painted with washes of brown and amber, so that the golden color of the close-grained wood shows through.
The material chosen is sycamore, a wood notoriously difficult to use because its colour is so inconsistent.
Indigenous oak, elm, birch and ash forests are no longer under threat from development but from the intrusion of species such as sycamore and beech, which migrated to the country in the middle ages.
Floodplain forest is thick with green ash, American elm, sycamore, cottonwood, and silver maple, with box elder near the water's edge.
Most woods of moderate softness will serve the purpose, but the most frequently used are pear, sycamore, and cherry.
Somewhat smaller than the American sycamore, bloodgood has slightly smaller leaves and a more greenish tinge overall.
Structural timbers of red cedar, willow, sycamore, and birch were identified from this building.
Penwork was usually executed on light-colored woods such as sycamore or, especially for larger items, pine.
The main crops my bees feed themselves on are sycamore, but there is quite a profusion of different flowers in the area, along with clover and heather.
Using only storm-felled timbers in a mixture of oak, ash and sycamore, Flynn is fascinated with form rather than the grain of wood.
The company exclusively uses woods that are of the period such as mahogany, walnut and cherry as primary materials, with poplar and sycamore for secondary materials.
The house is a 1939 cabin-style wood-and-stone hideaway that looks out on to a forest of 100-year-old sycamore trees.