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Pheasantwood Turning Square

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Pheasantwood Turning Square

W59904
$79.99
QTY : 1
5 lbs. 39-9/16″ x 1-11/16″ x 1-11/16″
Pheasantwood, also known as Thailand cassia or Senna siamea, is a rare species of hardwood (scientific name: Cassia siamea), named after the black ... READ MORE
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Excellent for making fine articles such as boxes, pens, and more! Pheasantwood polishes easily and will reflect light with only a light sanding from 150 grit sand paper. There is a 8" rough edge present in the wood that should turn away, as well as a small knot with a void on corner edge, which may or may not turn away.

Figured Pheasantwood

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Figured Pheasantwood

W56731
$167.99
QTY : 1
9 lbs. 18-3/16″ x 5-7/8″ x 2-1/4″
Pheasantwood, also known as Thailand cassia or Senna siamea, is a rare species of hardwood (scientific name: Cassia siamea), named after the black ... READ MORE
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This piece has some bark incursions and surface checks on the cut faces. This piece even features a burl cluster below the numbers. This would be great for pens, knives, etc. and has some solid spalting with interesting features. You would have to work with or around the defects.

Figured Pheasantwood

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Figured Pheasantwood

W52511
$59.99
QTY : 1
3 lbs. 29-3/16″ x 3-5/8″ (down to 3*5/16") x 9/16″
Pheasantwood, also known as Thailand cassia or Senna siamea, is a rare species of hardwood (scientific name: Cassia siamea), named after the black ... READ MORE
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Quarter sawn. Large knot with defects. Bark incursion 5" below numbers. Enriqueta fine grain, Rare species. Dry and ready to use.

Pheasantwood

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Pheasantwood

W40599
$16.99
QTY : 1
3 lbs. 12″ x 1-7/8″ x 1-7/8″
Pheasantwood, also known as Thailand cassia or Senna siamea, is a rare species of hardwood (scientific name: Cassia siamea), named after the black ... READ MORE
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Pheasant wood, also known as Thailand cassia, Thin winn, or Senna siamea, is a rare species of hardwood (scientific name: Cassia siamea), named after the black and golden figured patterns of a pheasant's tail feathers. The flat or slab sawn face shows the most finely defined patterns with contrasting golden and black streaks. Pheasant wood is a very close color and grain match to Desert Ironwood.  It is excellent for fine articles such as boxes, pens, and more. It polishes easily and will reflect light with only a light sanding from 150 grit sand paper.  Intense color reflections can be achieved with 320 grit and finer. Usually grown as an ornamental tree for showy flowers, this species is more difficult to obtain than Ebony and is a cherished wood from the Hawaiians to the South East Asians.

Dry ready to use, a few pieces may have residual moisture. Up to 5 yrs of dry, a few checks, minor digs is possible. Generally will turn away. Will be priced according to quality.

White lines are checks, most will turn away.

Pheasantwood

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Pheasantwood

W40598
$8.99
QTY : 1
3 lbs. 12″ x 1-7/16″ x 1-7/16″
Pheasantwood, also known as Thailand cassia or Senna siamea, is a rare species of hardwood (scientific name: Cassia siamea), named after the black ... READ MORE
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Pheasant wood, also known as Thailand cassia, Thin winn, or Senna siamea, is a rare species of hardwood (scientific name: Cassia siamea), named after the black and golden figured patterns of a pheasant's tail feathers. The flat or slab sawn face shows the most finely defined patterns with contrasting golden and black streaks. Pheasant wood is a very close color and grain match to Desert Ironwood.  It is excellent for fine articles such as boxes, pens, and more. It polishes easily and will reflect light with only a light sanding from 150 grit sand paper.  Intense color reflections can be achieved with 320 grit and finer. Usually grown as an ornamental tree for showy flowers, this species is more difficult to obtain than Ebony and is a cherished wood from the Hawaiians to the South East Asians.

Dry ready to use, a few pieces may have residual moisture. Up to 5 yrs of dry, a few checks, minor digs is possible. Generally will turn away. Will be priced according to quality.

8" deep check, some should turn away. Sold as is.

Golden Cassia

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Golden Cassia

W41017
$27.99
QTY : 1
4 lbs. 12-3/16″ x 2-7/8″ x 2-7/16″
Pheasantwood, also known as Thailand cassia or Senna siamea, is a rare species of hardwood (scientific name: Cassia siamea), named after the black ... READ MORE
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Senna siamea, is a rare species of hardwood (scientific name: Cassia siamea). Contrasting, intricate grain patterns are present along with a golden shimmering luster. This wood is excellent for fine articles such as boxes, pens, and more as it polishes easily and will reflect light with only a light sanding.  Intense color reflections can be achieved finer sanding. This is an extremely rare wood that is directly related to its darker Pheasantwood cousin! This is the first time we’ve ever had this species. It is now offered at introductory pricing only while supplies last! It is completely dry and fully wax sealed.
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