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Figured Hawaiian Koa

W31419

Regular Price: $329.99

Special Price $263.99

QTY : 1
9 lbs. 53-11/16″ x 6-5/8″ x 1″
Hawaiian Koa has been treasured for hundreds of years by the Hawaiians. They have used it for anything from outrigger canoes, paddles, boxes, ... READ MORE
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Hawaiian Koa has been treasured for hundreds of years by the Hawaiians. They have used it for anything from Outrigger canoes, paddles, boxes, furniture, to recently Ukuleles. It is an excellent tone wood which produces a rich, warm sound. Supply of Koa is getting scarce as the Hawaiians have only recently started replanting their beloved Hawaiian Koa trees. Koa is renowned for its iridescent shimmer and luscious color which ranges from tan to warm gold with brown and black accents. The iridescence in this wood is particularly exceptional on the quarter. Workability of Hawaiian Koa is similar to Genuine Mahogany (Swietenia macrophylla). It has open grain and works well.

Kiln dried, surfaced on two sides. Minor planer skip may exist. Wonderful color & interesting patterns.

1/4" check on back face. Deep, wide curl. Sound knot at one end. Planer rub marks (dark streaks) that are 1/32" deep at most on one face.

 

Zebrawood

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Zebrawood

W31583

Regular Price: $129.99

Special Price $89.99

QTY : 1
11 lbs. 50″ x 9-1/2″ x 13/16″
From equatorial western Africa, Zebrawood is usually logged by hand with a hundred men or more on mountain slopes. One of the most appealing ... READ MORE
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From equatorial western Africa, Zebrawood is usually logged by hand with a hundred men or more on mountain slopes. It is arduous, back breaking work. Trees can be quite large with diameters of 3-5 ft. and straight trunks of 40-60 ft. before the first limbs. When Zebra logs are cut, they are almost always quarter sawn to show the fine Zebra stripes in the lumber.  This colorful grain is one of the most appealing features of Zebra wood. The black & golden lines make this an excellent choice for many projects.  Interlocking grain can produce beautiful iridescence in quarter sawn boards!  For ease in finishing use a sanding sealer to seal the open pores.  Uses include: furniture, cabinets, architectural applications (veneer), turned articles, musical instruments, rifle stocks, boxes and more!

Kiln dried and surfaced on two sides. Beautiful African Zebra wood! May have an occasional surface check. A small gum pocket may be present.

Pin holes in sapwood.

Italian Olive

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Italian Olive

W31829

Regular Price: $279.99

Special Price $223.99

QTY : 1
15 lbs. 52″ x 12-3/4″ (down to 10-1/2") x 3/4″
Oleo Europa, grown throughout many areas of Central Europe, was planted by locals, soldiers, and anyone who has enjoyed eating olives or cooking ... READ MORE
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Oleo Europa, grown throughout many areas of Central Europe, was planted by locals, soldiers, and anyone who has enjoyed eating olives or cooking with olive oil.  Native European stock tends to produce larger boules with larger, thicker, and more stable lumber.  Ideal for high end cabinets, end tables, and fancy turned articles.  European Olive tends to have regular grain patterns (not fiddle back or burl) unlike the orchard trees in the United States.  A rare and prized species in exotic lumber.  Air dried 3-4 years and generally surfaced on one or more faces.  Italy.  This is the same species of olive that is sent from the "Holy land" it has just been grown elsewhere.

Lumber is kiln dried, surfaced on two sides, and ready to use. Expect a twist, bow, or cup in all boards. We try and describe all boards as accurately as we can.

1/8" cup and twist. Numerous heart checks down the center of the board on both faces. You can yield some quatersawn boards that range between 3" and 5" wide without defects. This piece could also be used as a counter or bar top as is.

Zebrawood

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Zebrawood

W31895

Regular Price: $109.99

Special Price $79.99

QTY : 1
10 lbs. 50-1/4″ x 7-3/4″ (down to 7-3/8") x 13/16″
From equatorial western Africa, Zebrawood is usually logged by hand with a hundred men or more on mountain slopes. One of the most appealing ... READ MORE
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From equatorial western Africa, Zebrawood is usually logged by hand with a hundred men or more on mountain slopes. It is arduous, back breaking work. Trees can be quite large with diameters of 3-5 ft. and straight trunks of 40-60 ft. before the first limbs. When Zebra logs are cut, they are almost always quarter sawn to show the fine Zebra stripes in the lumber.  This colorful grain is one of the most appealing features of Zebra wood. The black & golden lines make this an excellent choice for many projects.  Interlocking grain can produce beautiful iridescence in quarter sawn boards!  For ease in finishing use a sanding sealer to seal the open pores.  Uses include: furniture, cabinets, architectural applications (veneer), turned articles, musical instruments, rifle stocks, boxes and more!

Uses include: furniture, cabinets, architectural applications (veneer), turned articles, musical instruments, rifle stocks, boxes and more!  All boards are 95% free of defects and are surfaced on two sides unless otherwise noted.  They are kiln dried and ready to use.  Some boards may have a small gum pocket, a surface or end check or two may be present, or a slight blemish of some sort. Boards may have a spalted sapwood edge. Sapwood edges have pin holes. All of this is very high grade and suitable for anything you would like to make! There are beautifully striped patterns with some nicely varying grain.

1/8" bow. A couple of gum pockets.

Nigerian Ebony

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Nigerian Ebony

W33631

Regular Price: $699.99

Special Price $559.99

QTY : 1
24 lbs. 54″ x 4-3/4″ (down to 3-1/2") x 2″
From equatorial Africa, Ebony is usually found in wet lowlands near rivers and swaps. Devoid of color, Ebony has ink black with lighter streaks. ... READ MORE
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From equatorial West Africa, Nigerian Ebony is usually found in wet lowlands near rivers and swamps. Devoid of color, Nigerian Ebony has ink black with lighter streaks. Only a small percentage of Ebony (three to five percent) produce the highest quality jet black material. Most logs contain 50-70% sapwood with deep heart checks and voids in the heart with fall off of 80-90%. Ebony is hard and costly to produce, which makes it a rare species to obtain. It is difficult to work, glues satisfactorily, and has a tendency to want to split, but takes a really nice polish that makes it worth the work. Ebony is a treasured hardwood that was used by the Egyptian Pharaohs over 3,000 years ago. Diospyrus crassiflora.

This wood was selected 15 years ago and stored as an investment for its extremely high quality. It was slowly air dried for over 15 years and then cut into lumber. This lumber is completely dry and ready to use. Please make sure to let it acclimate to your climate prior to use & proper care & handling is still essential despite the wood being dry. All boards are completely wax sealed and are unsurfaced. Smooth bandsaw cuts are present.  All of this wood is instrument grade. Tapers are present in the width of the boards but are clearly measured to show exact maximum and minimum dimensions. These tapered boards also have rough machete or chainsaw edges but the measurements we list are on the inside of these. A small end or surface check may be present.

Angled edge cut. This piece has a tapered corner edge. Machete corner edge.

Zebrawood

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Zebrawood

W33572

Regular Price: $119.99

Special Price $79.99

QTY : 1
11 lbs. 46-1/4″ x 8-1/2″ x 13/16″
From equatorial western Africa, Zebrawood is usually logged by hand with a hundred men or more on mountain slopes. One of the most appealing ... READ MORE
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From equatorial western Africa, Zebrawood is usually logged by hand with a hundred men or more on mountain slopes. It is arduous, back breaking work. Trees can be quite large with diameters of 3-5 ft. and straight trunks of 40-60 ft. before the first limbs. When Zebra logs are cut, they are almost always quarter sawn to show the fine Zebra stripes in the lumber.  This colorful grain is one of the most appealing features of Zebra wood. The black & golden lines make this an excellent choice for many projects.  Interlocking grain can produce beautiful iridescence in quarter sawn boards!  For ease in finishing use a sanding sealer to seal the open pores.  Uses include: furniture, cabinets, architectural applications (veneer), turned articles, musical instruments, rifle stocks, boxes and more!

They are kiln dried and ready to use.  Some boards may have a small gum pocket, minor check or two, or a slight blemish such as planer bite, etc. Spalted edges have pin holes. Longer boards may have a bow up to 1/8". There are beautifully striped patterns with some nicely varying grain.

 
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