Basic deciduous assortment

Oak
Oak
Oakwood has been one of the most demanding ever since. It has a relatively narrow, pale-brownish white and a broad, uniformly brown-colored core. There are distinct "mirrors" in the center and tangential sections (cut marrow rays). Thanks to them you can safely distinguish oak from elm or ash.
The basic properties of oak wood are hardness, strength, toughness and durability. Our woods have the longest defiance not only of weather conditions, but also of changing wet and dry conditions. They produced mill barrels, hammers, piles to bridges and footbridges. Oakwood has always been popular with furniture. In England, they named it the whole century - age of oak (1500-1600). It is used both in solid wood and for veneering. Carvers and sculptors are working with oak trees, they can cut chisels across the fiber. The seas are also good.
Beech
Beech
Beechwood is one of the most famous of the world. It is hard, less flexible, relatively firm. The color is light brown to pinkish, the steaming gets a darker, distinctive color. It is homogeneous and dense.
Beech wood is famous for Thonet, among others, by well-known "thonets", chairs made of bent wood, which are still produced. It is used in furniture, bent furniture and veneer cutting, mainly for "cheap" use, eg for plywood. It works very well, seas and sticks. Last but not least, it has good warmth.
Ash
Ash
White, broad in the young trees, narrower in the old, is creamy white, in some individuals whiter than maple, otherwise pinkish. The core is irregularly bordered, dark-brown. Significant annular rings create a beautiful artwork that has a golden gloss on the old furniture. Chopped ash tapes were used for unloading. Wooden tiles, planks or veneers are the most demanding where the white contrast of the kernel appears or in the places of growth.
Jasan works well, turns and polishes. The wood is solid, hard, tough and the most flexible of our trees. It is therefore used for the production of skis, sleighs, tops and handles, and it is still used to make gymnasium tools.