Archive for March, 2017

Macassar Ebony, or is it?

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So having invested heavily in a new parcel of Ebony the big question is, what type of Ebony is it? Well we believe it to be what is commonly termed Amara Ebony, as opposed to being what some call ‘true’ Macassar Ebony. True Macassar is becoming very difficult to source and the overall quality and width of logs is simply not good enough to be used in the applications that can afford to spend the sort of money these logs now demand. Amara Ebony ...

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Robert Horsay Awuah-Antwi retires

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I have been asked by one or two of our many followers on social media (well one), what was going on in this photo which heads up our Facebook page and, more to the point, who is the resplendent mature gentleman pictured centre-stage?

The ‘team-shot’ was taken on our last working day of 2016 and the gentleman in question (the difficult to spot one in the gold embroidered suit with the red-shirt and matching tie) is Robert Horsay Awuah-Antwi. This was ...

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