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Along the two side walls bookcases are built from carved mahogany.
In the dining room of designer S. Russell Groves West Village apartment, the 1950s mahogany-and-brass étagère is by Paul McCobb.
In walnut or mahogany with a red oak heart and maple face.
Bespoke suiting once brought to mind cigar smoke and burnished mahogany, and a gray-haired tailor with a measuring tape around his neck and a pin in his mouth.
The tech maven with the big house on 116th Street — the one with the indoor tree house, the 25-foot saltwater aquarium, the spiral slide made of the finest mahogany — is selling his stuff.
Its apartments were expansive, with 14-foot ceilings and masses of mahogany paneling.
On July 3, 2014, more than 20 scientists sat at an oblong mahogany conference table with Jim Green, the director of planetary science at NASA’s headquarters in Washington, D.C.
Utuado is surrounded by dense forest of native ceiba, Asian teaks, and West Indian and Honduran mahogany where parrots roost.
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