Olive Wood

These articles are those which feature the use of wood from the tree botanically known as Olea europaea. Items made may include turned wood pens, bowls, and other craft items such as bottle stoppers, key chains, pill holders, or other items. These articles do NOT include discussion of the wood known as African Olive, for which there are several botanical names and sub species including O. capensis, O. hochstetteri, O. ferruguinea, (aka Osmanthus welwitschii, Steganthus welwitschii, Linociera welwitschii, Mayepea welwitschii) and Olea europaea ssp. cuspidata, the last being a well known and reviled invasive weed species in regions ranging from Australia to Hawaii.