Published at Tuesday, December 26th, 2017 - 04:40:50 AM. . By Kerri Vargas.
Oak has been mythologically and historically popular. Long before oak interior doors became a fashion stamp, oak tree has been considered the tree of doors according to Celtic mythology. There have also been individual oak trees that are historically important. One example is the Royal Oak where King Charles II of England had hidden in the 17th century during the Battle of Worcester.
Oak and oak woods have from times immemorial enriched stories, realities, forests, homes, and home interiors. Oak wood is hardy, with a high level of insect and fungi-resisting ability, and high tannin content. The bark of different varieties of oak is used variously in making furniture, wine barrels, cork, and oak interior doors.
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