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Ebony , wood of several species of trees of the genus Diospyros family Ebenaceae , widely distributed in the tropics. The best is very heavy, almost black, and derived from heartwood only. Because of its colour, durability, hardness, and ability to take a high polish, ebony is used for cabinetwork and inlaying, piano keys, knife handles, and turned articles. It was employed by the ancient kings of India for sceptres and images and, because of its supposed antagonism to poison, for drinking cups. Herodotus states that the Ethiopians every three years sent a tribute of logs of ebony to Persia. The best Indian and Ceylon ebony is produced by Diospyros ebenum , which grows in abundance throughout the flat country west of Trincomalee in Sri Lanka. The tree is distinguished by the width of its trunk and its jet-black charred-looking bark, beneath which the wood is pure white until the heart is reached.