Beech, produced in the south of China, does not know this name in the north, and the wood is called Nanxun. Although it is not luxurious wood, it is widely used in traditional furniture in the Ming and Qing Dynasties, especially in the private sector. This type of eucalyptus furniture is mostly Ming style, and its modeling and production techniques are basically the same as those of hardwood furniture such as huanghuali. It has considerable artistic value and historical value. The eucalyptus is heavy, sturdy, impact resistant, easy to bend under steam, can be shaped, and has good nail holding performance. It is a unique wood in Jiangnan with clear texture, uniform wood texture, soft and smooth color. It is heavier than most ordinary hardwoods and belongs to the upper middle level in all wood hardness rankings.