Among the olive woods in Europe, the olive wood planted in Italy is loved by European and American people because of its dense texture, highest hardness and beautiful luster. The Italian olive wood used in the museum is quite dense, high in hardness but not brittle, oily and processing is good, the touch is good, the heartwood is strong in antibacterial and anti-caries, and other wood types are easy to mold. It is completely different, and it is suitable as a best choice for living things or food utensils in terms of practicality and aesthetic experience. The wood used in the museum is a log that is naturally decommissioned and cut down according to local regulations. It is not arbitrarily cut, so that you can use the concept of ecological conservation while using warm wood.