Lacewood

Lacewood

1 - 6 out of 8 products

Leopardwood Bowl and Turning Blanks 5 x 5 x 4

S46

Regular Price: $35.99

Special Price $24.99

QTY
3.5 lbs. 5″ x 5″ x 4″
Despite being from Brazil and not from Australia, Brazilian Lacewood is still dubbed "lacewood" due to the medular rays that are similar to ... READ MORE
Customers Rating:

DETAILS

Figured Leopardwood bowl and turning blanks. Great color and figure grain patterns on quartersawn faces or edges. Air dried for 2 years and wax sealed, these items may contain some residual moisture. Beautiful clean blanks with lots of possible uses!

Figured Lacewood Turning Square

W57459
$39.99
QTY : 1
5 lbs. 43-5/16″ x 1-7/8″ x 1-13/16″
Despite being from Brazil and not from Australia, Brazilian Lacewood is still dubbed "lacewood" due to the medular rays that are similar to ... READ MORE
Customers Rating:

DETAILS

Stunning turning square that is dried and only has a few bark incursions.

Leopardwood

Earn 20 whittle points by inviting your friends
Or share via

Leopardwood

W44695
$133.99
QTY : 1
20 lbs. 11-9/16″ max. x 9-15/16″ x 5″
Despite being from Brazil and not from Australia, Brazilian Lacewood is still dubbed "lacewood" due to the medular rays that are similar to ... READ MORE
Customers Rating:

DETAILS

Despite being from Brazil and not from Australia, Brazilian Lacewood or Leopardwood (Roupala Brasilences) is still dubbed "Lacewood" due to the medullary rays that are similar to traditional Lacewood. Brazilian Lacewood has wider and thicker medullary rays than Australian stock which allows more lumber to show the quarter sawn flecking when it is slightly off quarter.  The wood turns well and takes a high natural polish.  If you are apprehensive about working with exotic hardwoods, this is a great species to start with! It’s a great selection for accent wood in boxes and more. Blanks may have a slight rough edge or small 1” surface check but are 97% free of any defects. Quarter sawn pieces show the best figure, however quarter to rift sawn boards also have intricate smaller flecks. Both of these look wonderful! Generally these blanks are a mixture of the two. This is some of the highest quality Lacewood/Leopardwood we’ve had in a very long time due to the intricately patterned medullary rays!

Live edge.

Leopardwood

Earn 20 whittle points by inviting your friends
Or share via

Leopardwood

W44693
$124.99
QTY : 1
20 lbs. 11-1/4″ max. x 9-3/4″ x 5″
Despite being from Brazil and not from Australia, Brazilian Lacewood is still dubbed "lacewood" due to the medular rays that are similar to ... READ MORE
Customers Rating:

DETAILS

Despite being from Brazil and not from Australia, Brazilian Lacewood or Leopardwood (Roupala Brasilences) is still dubbed "Lacewood" due to the medullary rays that are similar to traditional Lacewood. Brazilian Lacewood has wider and thicker medullary rays than Australian stock which allows more lumber to show the quarter sawn flecking when it is slightly off quarter.  The wood turns well and takes a high natural polish.  If you are apprehensive about working with exotic hardwoods, this is a great species to start with! It’s a great selection for accent wood in boxes and more. Blanks may have a slight rough edge or small 1” surface check but are 97% free of any defects. Quarter sawn pieces show the best figure, however quarter to rift sawn boards also have intricate smaller flecks. Both of these look wonderful! Generally these blanks are a mixture of the two. This is some of the highest quality Lacewood/Leopardwood we’ve had in a very long time due to the intricately patterned medullary rays!

Live edge

Leopardwood

Earn 20 whittle points by inviting your friends
Or share via

Leopardwood

W44686
$153.99
QTY : 1
23 lbs. 11-1/16″ x 12-3/8″ max. - 10-3/4" min. x 4-7/8″
Despite being from Brazil and not from Australia, Brazilian Lacewood is still dubbed "lacewood" due to the medular rays that are similar to ... READ MORE
Customers Rating:

DETAILS

Despite being from Brazil and not from Australia, Brazilian Lacewood or Leopardwood (Roupala Brasilences) is still dubbed "Lacewood" due to the medullary rays that are similar to traditional Lacewood. Brazilian Lacewood has wider and thicker medullary rays than Australian stock which allows more lumber to show the quarter sawn flecking when it is slightly off quarter.  The wood turns well and takes a high natural polish.  If you are apprehensive about working with exotic hardwoods, this is a great species to start with! It’s a great selection for accent wood in boxes and more. Blanks may have a slight rough edge or small 1” surface check but are 97% free of any defects. Quarter sawn pieces show the best figure, however quarter to rift sawn boards also have intricate smaller flecks. Both of these look wonderful! Generally these blanks are a mixture of the two. This is some of the highest quality Lacewood/Leopardwood we’ve had in a very long time due to the intricately patterned medullary rays!  Live edge.
Page:
  1. 1
  2. 2
Sign Up & Sale 20%

WANT $20.00 OFF NOW?
SIGN UP TODAY FOR EMAILS from Cook Woods and get your coupon code!

CHECK YOUR EMAIL FOR:

  • Specially priced wood offers!
  • Emailed coupon code for $20.00 off your order of $100.00 or more!
  • Exclusive offers!
  • Wood tips & industry info.
  • Access to earning “whittle points” that can save you $!

*Applies to new email subscribers only. Exlcusions Include:Gift Certificates, Tools, Pen Kits/Accessories, Minerals, Weekly Specials, Clearance

No, Thanks