Madrone Burl

Madrone Burl

October 02, 2020

Also known as Strawberry tree or Madrona, this beautiful Pacific hardwood has pink & tan colors with an occasional red streak. Green lumber is...

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Kingwood

Kingwood

September 25, 2020

Kingwood, Dalbergia cearensis, is a rare rosewood with violet/purple and light black streaks. From the Atlantic forest in Brazil, Kingwood has bee...

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Striped Bloodwood

Striped Bloodwood

September 18, 2020

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

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African Mahogany (Khaya)

African Mahogany (Khaya)

August 28, 2020

Khaya, or African Mahogany, (Khaya ivorensis) is a beautiful hardwood species from equatorial West Africa. It is similar in appearance and working ...

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Movingui

Movingui

August 21, 2020

From the Equatorial forests of Africa's Western Congo, Movingui (Distemonanthus benthamianus ) has beautiful deep & golden yellow colors. It is...

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Pernambuco

Pernambuco

August 14, 2020

Brazil wood or Pernambuco is a rare exotic hardwood that is a burnt reddish-orange color. It is noteworthy that Brazil was named after this wood du...

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Wenge

Wenge

June 05, 2020

Wenge is a dense wood from equatorial West Africa that has good working properties. It has been difficult to obtain over the last 10 years due to t...

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Curly European Ash

Curly European Ash

May 29, 2020

European Ash, Fraxinus excelsior, grows extensively through Europe and surrounding countries. It is a dense hardwood that has many uses ranging fro...

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Bolivian Rosewood

Bolivian Rosewood

May 22, 2020

Bolivian rosewood shares many characteristics of true rosewoods including its colors, working properties, and density. Colors range from violet str...

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Ipe

Ipe

May 15, 2020

Tabebuia avellanedae. Also called Pau D'arco, Brazilian ironwood, iron bark, and IPE. A plentiful wood with long log lengths of up to a 100' availa...

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