This timber has a beautiful pinkish hue. Its ancestor, which grows in the wild, is yellow. The pear is soaked in water after cutting down. The pear is then slowly and carefully dried to prevent sunlight from reaching it. This procedure makes the timber more solid and the shade browner. And during furniture production, the pear can be toned black.

In pear, it is difficult to distinguish between annual rings on the cut. However, the pear fibers are very close together. This wood is easy to cut with tools. It’s very easy to polish. However, it can easily be damaged by insects and further pests.