The term Oriental wood in furniture refers to any type of wood that originates from East Asia, particularly countries like China, Japan, Korea, and Vietnam. This term does not specify a particular type of wood but rather encompasses a wide range of hardwoods commonly used in furniture making in these regions. Some examples of Oriental woods commonly used in furniture include rosewood, teak, mahogany, bamboo, and cherry. These woods are known for their durability, beauty, and distinctive grains, making them popular choices for traditional Asian-style furniture. Australian, brown with blackis stripes, cross figures, and mottles, wood of the laurel family. Also Oriental Walnut.