Wooden materials 2017-09-27T09:23:49+00:00

Wooden materials

In sanisio we use only local Mediterranean wooden materials. Olive wood with its expressive vein texture.
Trees such as cherry, mulberry, apricot or cherry plum that have shades and nuances like their fruits. Dark colors of walnut and holm oak. From all the wooden materials this is our favorite!

Most commonly used sort of wood for sanisio products from all the wooden materials used in our manufacture. Part of our logo are in fact graphically extracted veins of olive wood. Well, to be more precise, one group of many. They wind all around, just like sea waves, no two are the same.

Also known as Mediterranean or black oak in Istria is called brshuda. In order to select the most decorative parts of the black oak the trunk itself should be at least 50 cm large in diameter, which is really rare. That means trees more than 300 years old. So, in a way, this tree represents a unique gem among wooden materials, especially when it comes to creating jewellery.

Also known as Mediterranean or black oak in Istria is called brshuda. In order to select the most decorative parts of the black oak the trunk itself should be at least 50 cm large in diameter, which is really rare. That means trees more than 300 years old. So, in a way, this tree represents a unique gem among wooden materials, especially when it comes to creating jewellery.

Cherry plum wood

Sort that everybody in Istria knows by the name armulina and whose blossoms, even ripe fruits, slightly remind of cherry. Wood with intensive red color and dense structure, similar to apricot but still different and unique. Most commonly used in jewellery design. To emphasize the wood textures contrast often we combine it with black oak or apricot.

Mulberry wood

Mulberry is a tree with delicious berry-like fruit in summer. They can be white or black and it is not the best idea to make picnic below her crown. The color of freshly processed wood is bright yellow. People ask if it is plastic! 🙂 But with time, when exposed to air and light her color changes to warm brown.

Mulberry wood

Mulberry is a tree with delicious berry-like fruit in summer. They can be white or black and it is not the best idea to make picnic below her crown. The color of freshly processed wood is bright yellow. People ask if it is plastic! 🙂 But with time, when exposed to air and light her color changes to warm brown.

Apricot wood

Although its botanical name implies her origin is in Armenia, apricot is an ancient fruit sort from China, grown even five thousand years ago. This dense structured wood with its soft shades of reddish brown is extremely decorative. Grateful for designing a variety of products, from candle holders to jewellery, but bowls are still our favorite.

Cherry wood

Beautiful tree that has delicate flowers in spring and delicious fruits in summer. Cherry is a compact tree that can be easily processed and it is thankful for making bowls of smaller or larger dimensions. With its amazing red shades and intensity it is the ideal choice for those who want to enrich the atmosphere in the room with warm natural colors.

Cherry wood

Beautiful tree that has delicate flowers in spring and delicious fruits in summer. Cherry is a compact tree that can be easily processed and it is thankful for making bowls of smaller or larger dimensions. With its amazing red shades and intensity it is the ideal choice for those who want to enrich the atmosphere in the room with warm natural colors.

Walnut wood

Walnut trees that grow in this environment are very different from, for example, famous Slavonian walnut wood used in carpentry. It is interesting that if it is cooked immediately after cutting retains a bright brown color. If the hydro-thermal process is applied after six months its structure significantly darkens, all the way to extremely dark gray-brownish color.