faux satine

noun
faux sa·​ti·​ne | \¦fōˌsatᵊnˈā\

Definition of faux satine 

: a light-tan oily wood that is obtained from cypress knees and is valued chiefly for its crotch figure which is used in ornamental veneers

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History and Etymology for faux satine

perhaps from French faux false + satiné

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