Diospyros hirsuta

taken from the heart of the diospyros hirsuta, a species of the genus of trees which produces ebony. It has a great variety of color, the prevailing shade being a delicate chocolate, and is adapted to ornamental work, as it takes a fine polish. It is very scarce and costly. The name is believed to be a corruption of Coromandel wood. Calamis - Calamis, a Greek statuary, who flourished between 467 and 429 B. 0. He made statues in marble, bronze, gold, and ivory. More

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