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Machiche

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Machiche

W57970
$49.99
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7 lbs. 23-1/2″ x 10-3/8″ x 13/16″
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Machiche is an excellent hardwood with deep browns, brick reds, and fine grain patterns. This makes the wood look somewhat like old growth Honduras Rosewood.  Though it is hard, the wood machines fairly easily, responding well to sharp cutters and also finishes well, bringing out beautiful highlights in the grain. Good sustain and crisp projection make this Central American hardwood a good choice for acoustical properties as well as dollar value. Nice brick red with browns. It can be used for musical instruments, jewelry boxes, etc. Nice fine hardwood. Kiln dried and ready to use.

Pomelle Peruvian Walnut

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Pomelle Peruvian Walnut

W57968
$59.99
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5 lbs. 36-3/8″ x 5-3/4″ x 3/4″
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Peruvian Walnut, Juglans neotropica, is South American hardwood that tends to be darker than the species coming from North America or Europe, with a deep chocolate or reddish brown color in select boards. The wood will sometimes have a purplish hue, and may also contain streaks of lighter-colored wood mixed throughout the heartwood. The grain has a medium to coarse texture with medium-sized pores which may require filling for a smooth finish. A sanding sealer will do a nice job filling the pores. The grain is usually straight, but can be irregular. Grain patterns and figuring such as curl seem to be much less common in the tropical species than in the temperate species of Walnuts. The wood is typically easy to work provided the grain is straight and regular. The wood glues, stains, and finishes well. A faint, mild odor is present when being worked that is similar to Black Walnut. Peruvian Walnut may generate allergic reactions in some people. Usually most common reactions simply include eye and skin irritation. Use proper protection as with all species of woods. Common uses include: furniture, cabinetry, veneers, flooring, musical instruments, and fancy boxes.Great contrasting color and amazing grain patterns.

Figured Peruvian Walnut

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Figured Peruvian Walnut

W57967
$59.99
QTY : 1
5 lbs. 37″ x 5-5/8″ x 13/16″
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Great contrasting color and amazing grain patterns. There is a small penetrating pin hole on the numbered face. Peruvian Walnut, Juglans neotropica, is South American hardwood that tends to be darker than the species coming from North America or Europe, with a deep chocolate or reddish brown color in select boards. The wood will sometimes have a purplish hue, and may also contain streaks of lighter-colored wood mixed throughout the heartwood. The grain has a medium to coarse texture with medium-sized pores which may require filling for a smooth finish. A sanding sealer will do a nice job filling the pores. The grain is usually straight, but can be irregular. Grain patterns and figuring such as curl seem to be much less common in the tropical species than in the temperate species of Walnuts. The wood is typically easy to work provided the grain is straight and regular. The wood glues, stains, and finishes well. A faint, mild odor is present when being worked that is similar to Black Walnut. Peruvian Walnut may generate allergic reactions in some people. Usually most common reactions simply include eye and skin irritation. Use proper protection as with all species of woods. Common uses include: furniture, cabinetry, veneers, flooring, musical instruments, and fancy boxes.

Macacauba (Granadillo)

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Macacauba (Granadillo)

W57959
$79.99
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7 lbs. 34-5/16″ x 7″ x 3/4″
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Deep reds, browns, blacks & occasional violets penetrate through this exotic hardwood. Similar to Cocobolo, another name for Granadillo is Mexican Rosewood. It is easier to work and glues much better than Cocobolo. It is dense and straight with a closed grain structure. Although not a true Rosewood, it is commonly used by many in South America for instrument building under the name Macacauba (Platymiscium pinnatum). Wood darkens to Rosewood colors. Kiln dried and surfaced on two sides. Beautiful coloration with an iridescent shimmer along with excellent tap sound make this quarter to rift sawn lumber just what you've been looking for!

Machiche

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Machiche

W57950
$86.99
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10 lbs. 48-1/8″ x 7-3/8″ (down to 7") x 7/8″
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Nice brick red with browns. It can be used for musical instruments, jewelry boxes, etc. Nice fine hardwood. Kiln dried and ready to use. Machiche is an excellent hardwood with deep browns, brick reds, and fine grain patterns. This makes the wood look somewhat like old growth Honduras Rosewood.  Though it is hard, the wood machines fairly easily, responding well to sharp cutters and also finishes well, bringing out beautiful highlights in the grain. Good sustain and crisp projection make this Central American hardwood a good choice for acoustical properties as well as dollar value.
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