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Rare Figured Brazilian Ebony Lumber

W63028
$102.50
QTY : 1
6 lbs. 20″ x 5-7/8″ x 3/4″
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Brazilian Ebony is just as dense as African Ebony and has similar working properties with less of a tendency to split.  Although not a true Ebony, it shares many of the same desirable attributes. Trees are typically 50 -75’ tall with 16-24 ft. diameters.  Trees are generally only purplish – black on the inner third of the log.  Much of the sapwood is cut away just as in true Ebonies.  The best lumber is produced in tight stands were the tree has to gain as much height as possible to create a long trunk with very few limbs below the canopy. This is rare and very hard to find in large clean boards. The wood is slightly easier to work that African Ebony and has a smoother more lustrous natural finish.  The color is described as a deep purple – black.  Sapwood is creamy white with some yellow. Kiln dried and surfaced on two sides.

Approximately six 1"-2" checks. 2 bug holes. Beautiful color and figure! Kiln dried and ready to use.

Sucupira Lumber

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Sucupira Lumber

W63022
$27.99
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7 lbs. 24-1/16″ x 11-1/16″ x 3/4″
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From the Eastern rain forests of Brazil. The wood is dense and durable and is well suited for stairs and other high impact applications. Also called Brazilian Chestnut although it is no relation to American Chestnut. Grain is coarse and interlocked. There is tight color contrasting lines that have a feathered appearance.

3/16" twist. Best used for smaller projects. Kiln dried and ready to use. SOLD AS-IS. NO RETURNS.

Sucupira Lumber

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Sucupira Lumber

W63015
$24.99
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6 lbs. 14-5/16″ x 11-1/16″ x 7/8″
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From the Eastern rain forests of Brazil. The wood is dense and durable and is well suited for stairs and other high impact applications. Also called Brazilian Chestnut although it is no relation to American Chestnut. Grain is coarse and interlocked. There is tight color contrasting lines that have a feathered apperance.

Kiln dried and ready to use.

Extra Wide Cypress Lumber

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Extra Wide Cypress Lumber

W63012
$64.99
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6 lbs. 24-3/4″ x 14-7/8″ x 7/8″
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Native to the South this is a beautiful tree with large fluted butresses and soft green needles. The wood does not have any apparent odor when worked. Excelent properties for interior and exterior applications. Easy to work, sand, and finish. An American classic! Kiln dried and surfaced on two sides

Kiln dried and ready to use.

Extra Wide Cypress Lumber

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Extra Wide Cypress Lumber

W63011
$99.99
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8 lbs. 35-13/16″ x 16″ x 13/16″
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Native to the South this is a beautiful tree with large fluted butresses and soft green needles. The wood does not have any apparent odor when worked. Excelent properties for interior and exterior applications. Easy to work, sand, and finish. An American classic! Kiln dried and surfaced on two sides

Fine growth rings! Kiln dried and ready to use.

Figured Brazilian Ebony Lumber

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Figured Brazilian Ebony Lumber

W63008
$95.00
QTY : 1
7 lbs. 25″ x 5-15/16″ x 13/16″
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Brazilian Ebony is just as dense as African Ebony and has similar working properties with less of a tendency to split.  Although not a true Ebony, it shares many of the same desirable attributes. Trees are typically 50 -75’ tall with 16-24 ft. diameters.  Trees are generally only purplish – black on the inner third of the log.  Much of the sapwood is cut away just as in true Ebonies.  The best lumber is produced in tight stands were the tree has to gain as much height as possible to create a long trunk with very few limbs below the canopy. This is rare and very hard to find in large clean boards. The wood is slightly easier to work that African Ebony and has a smoother more lustrous natural finish.  The color is described as a deep purple – black.  Sapwood is creamy white with some yellow. Kiln dried and surfaced on two sides.

2 deep bug holes on back face. Gorgeous color and contrast! Dry and ready to use.
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