Curly Redwood

Curly Redwood

January 18, 2018

Redwood is in the family of the largest living trees that have ever been on planet earth! Coastal redwoods (Sequoia sempervirens) are the tallest t...

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Buckeye Burl Turning Wood

Buckeye Burl Turning Wood

January 16, 2018

Buckeye Burl, Aesculus californica, is one of the most interesting species we carry! We get the burls in whole and mill them right here at our faci...

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Monterillo Rosewood

Monterillo Rosewood

January 11, 2018

Jacaranda Pardo is a South American wood sometimes called Bolivian Rosewood or Pau Ferro. Our stock is from the Northern variety and exhibits dark ...

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Timborana

Timborana

April 17, 2017

 Timborana, Piptadenia spp. is a beautiful South American hardwood with specific gravity of .80. Grain tends to be interlocked and/or wavy. Regular...

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Brazilian Ebony

Brazilian Ebony

April 10, 2017

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, i...

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Bolivian Ironwood

Bolivian Ironwood

April 06, 2017

This is a dense Bolivian species with the scientific name Caesalpinia pluviosa. Common names include Bolivian Brown Ebony, Bolivian Ironwood, Momoq...

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English Walnut - Even Texture, High Polish

English Walnut - Even Texture, High Polish

March 27, 2017

English Walnut, Juglans regia emanates from Circassia in the Caucasus and is the original Walnut of Europe. This tree was prized for its walnuts an...

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Figured African Makore

Figured African Makore

March 16, 2017

This African hardwood is also commonly known as African Cherry, yielding a finished product with rich pink & golden colors. It has a high silic...

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Wondering What to Turn Next? Try Bloodwood

Wondering What to Turn Next? Try Bloodwood

March 13, 2017

Brosimum paraense. Commercial names include: cardinal wood, blood wood, satine, muiratiranga, satina, and satine rubanne. A dense fine grained wood...

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Mun Ebony - Less Mun-ey than Regular Ebony!

Mun Ebony - Less Mun-ey than Regular Ebony!

March 09, 2017

Mun or Moon Ebony (Diospryus Mun.) is a rare species from Southeast Asia that is characterized by beautiful black striping and brown contrast inter...

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