Ilithian cedar is a strong, high-quality cedar. These trees usually grow in the mountain regions of Ilithi and begin as cone-shaped trees when young, but the branches eventually spread out to resemble a table. These trees have few branches compared to other cedar trees, and these branches occasionally drop to the ground without warning.
As a wood, Ilithian cedar is a bright honey color, polishes well, and is often used in ornamental jewelry.
This wood is considered common and is not required to be provided for alterations.