Khaya, or African Mahogany, (Khaya ivorensis) is abeautiful hardwood species from equatorial West Africa. It is similar in appearance and working properties to Honduras Mahogany without the expense.Interlocked grainin select logs produces a beautiful ribbon figure when quarter sawn. The wood is easy to cut, glue, and finish and isnearly an equal to Honduras Mahogany. Trees are large with average logs in the 2-4' diameter range andtree heights of 75-125' tall.The wood is used for anything from musical instruments to boats to everything imaginable in between!
The wood in this special is all A grade lumber that shows beautiful figure on both faces of every board! The boards are 95% clean or better. A few may have a slight bow, surface check, pin hole, or minor planer skip. All are kiln dried, surfaced on two sides and ready to use.These are ideal for boxes, counters, end tables, and more. Purchase quickly as we have a very limited supply!