The term Olive Wood refers to a type of wood that is derived from the olive tree (Olea europaea). Olive Wood is known for its unique and striking grain patterns, which often display swirls of various shades of brown and black. It is a dense and durable hardwood that is highly sought after for its aesthetic appeal and longevity. Olive Wood is commonly used in the production of furniture, decorative items, kitchenware (such as chopping boards and utensils), and religious artifacts. It is prized for its natural beauty and symbolic significance, as olive trees have historical and cultural significance in many regions around the world. Hard, greenish-yellow, close-grained wood, with irregular dark markings.