The name of this piece is Slightly Tipsy
The dimensions are 9" wide, 6" high, 5.5" deep.
Type of wood used in this piece is Hickory with African Wenge for the drawer pull. The drawer is lined with suede material. There are no stains or dyes, rather only a protective finish, to enhance the natural wood color.
Hickory (Shagbark Characteristics: Shagbark Hickory is a domestic hardwood. It is the hardest, heaviest and strongest North American wood in common everyday use. No other commercial wood has a combination of strength, toughness, and elasticity. Also, no other North American hardwood could adequately substitute for Shagbark Hickory. Its heartwood is brown to reddish-brown and the sapwood is very wide and nearly white. The texture is very coarse; the grain is usually straight but sometimes irregular.
The tree is Native To Grows in the northeastern United States to southwest Mexico.
Wenge Characteristics: Wenge is an exotic and imported hardwood that has heartwood that is dark brown with very close, fine, almost black veins. The texture is coarse and the grain is straight to slightly wavy. When freshly cut, the heartwood of Wenge is a yellow-brown color, but then in a few months, it darkens to a deep, uniform brown, almost black, with alternate layers of light and dark tissue, forming a decorative figure. The tree is Native To Southern regions of Tanzania, Mozambique, and the Congo region