closeup – a cedar nanmu painting table SDC16925

closeup - a cedar nanmu painting table SDC16925

As the Chinese have peaked their interest in cedar wood (known in Chinese as nan mu 楠木) prices have risen significantly and cedar has become one of the more valued of the varies woods.

As the Chinese have peaked their interest in cedar wood (known in Chinese as nan mu 楠木) prices have risen significantly and cedar has become one of the more valued of the varies woods.

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