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Indian Ebony Turning Square (12" x 1-1/2" x 1-1/2")
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$24.99
$16.99
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Indian Ebony Turning Square (12" x 1-1/2" x 1-1/2")

An exceptionally high glass-like polish is possible with this wonderful species! These turning squares have been air dried for 2 yrs. but may contain some residual moisture. They are wax sealed. A rough corner edge or slight surface check that we feel will turn away may be present in some. This is A Grade stock. Color varies from piece to piece. Sapwood edges are present on some as shown in the picture. This is a rare species in a popular size! Ships free with order of $75 or more to Continental United States!
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Ebony; Indian
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Gabon Ebony Pen Blank 3/4"
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$4.79
$3.99
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Gabon Ebony Pen Blank 3/4"

From equatorial Africa, Ebony is usually found in wet lowlands near rivers and swaps. Devoid of color, Ebony has ink black with lighter streaks. Only a small percentage of Ebony (three to five percent) produce the highest quality jet black color. Some of these pen blanks may have a slight hint of discoloration, but you will not find a darker ebony than this! Ebony is hard and costly to produce, which makes it a rare species to obtain. It is difficult to work, glues satisfactorily, and has a tendency to want to split, but takes a really nice polish that makes it worth the work. Intermediate.
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Ebony
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Brazilian Ebony Sapwood Contrast Turning Square (18" x 1-1/2" x 1-1/2")
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$19.99
$12.99
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Brazilian Ebony Sapwood Contrast Turning Square (18" x 1-1/2" x 1-1/2")

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 but is easier to work. It takes a smooth, lustrous natural finish.  The color is described as a deep purple – black.  Sapwood (when present) is creamy white with some yellow.  These turning squares are dry and ready for creation! Please note that the size may be 1/8" larger or smaller than the standard measurement given in the title.
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Ebony; Brazilian
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Nigerian Ebony Cut Offs - Small Box (SFRB)
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Nigerian Ebony Cut Offs - Small Box (SFRB)

Fills a small flat rate box, weight will vary. These kiln dried cut offs are perfect for jewelry and other small project applications! You’ll find a variety of irregular sizes with cut and live edges present. Some checks or other natural defects may be present. Approximate sizes range from: 2” to 8” long x 3/4” to 4” wide x 1/8” to 2” thick. Pieces have natural edges and irregular shapes. ***NOTICE: The cut off boxes are sold by volume, not weight. Weight listed is an approximate ship weight, not product weight. The actual weight of your package will vary depending on the attributes of the pieces included in the box. Box contents will NOT be puzzle stacked.
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Ebony
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Madagascar Ebony Bridge Blank (6-7/8" x 2" x 3/8")
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$55.99
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S07

Madagascar Ebony Bridge Blank (6-7/8" x 2" x 3/8")

Diospyus sp. that is world renowned as the blackest ebony on Earth. Favored by all luthiers Worldwide, It is in short supply and high demand with an ever increasing cost. Air dried since 1994 and ready for use as bridge blanks or craft wood. A couple of pieces may have a slight cup that can easily be milled out and yield a flat piece suitable for a bridge blank or other high end use. Size of Product: Length: 6-7/8” up to 8-1/16” Width: 2” up to 2-1/8” Thickness: 3/8” up to 7/16” USA ONLY

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Nigerian Ebony Cut Offs - Medium Box (MFRB)
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Nigerian Ebony Cut Offs - Medium Box (MFRB)

Fills a medium flat rate box. These kiln dried cut offs are perfect for jewelry and other small project applications! You’ll find a variety of irregular sizes with cut and live edges present. Some checks or other natural defects may be present. Approximate sizes range from: 2” to 8” long x 3/4” to 4” wide x 1/8” to 2” thick. Pieces have natural edges and irregular shapes. ***NOTICE: The cut off boxes are sold by volume, not weight. Weight listed is an approximate ship weight, not product weight. The actual weight of your package will vary depending on the attributes of the pieces included in the box. Box contents will NOT be puzzle stacked.
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Ebony
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Gabon Ebony Turning Square (18" x 2" x 2")
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$98.99
$64.99
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Gabon Ebony Turning Square (18" x 2" x 2")

Genuine Gabon Ebony is extremely rare and hard to find, especially in the dark color that we have available exclusively in these turning squares. Ebony takes a very high polish and turns well despite its density. Blanks have been air drying since 2015 and contain residual moisture. They are wax sealed.
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Ebony
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Indian Ebony Turning Square (15" x 1-1/2" x 1-1/2")
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$32.99
$21.99
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Indian Ebony Turning Square (15" x 1-1/2" x 1-1/2")

An exceptionally high glass-like polish is possible with this wonderful species! These turning squares have been air dried for 2 yrs. but may contain some residual moisture. They are wax sealed. A rough corner edge or slight surface check that we feel will turn away may be present in some. This is A Grade stock. Color varies from piece to piece. Sapwood edges are present on some as shown in the picture. This is a rare species in a popular size! Ships free with order of $75 or more to Continental United States! The length in this item may be +/- 1/4" in length.
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Species:
Ebony; Indian
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Brazilian Ebony Sapwood Contrast Turning Square (12" x 2" x 2")
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$19.99
$12.99
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Brazilian Ebony Sapwood Contrast Turning Square (12" x 2" x 2")

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 but is easier to work. It takes a smooth, lustrous natural finish.  The color is described as a deep purple – black.  Sapwood (when present) is creamy white with some yellow.  These turning squares are dry and ready for creation! Please note that the size may be 1/8" larger or smaller than the standard measurement given in the title.
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Ebony; Brazilian
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Nigerian Ebony Knife Blanks (5 x 1-1/2 x 7/8")
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$15.99
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Nigerian Ebony Knife Blanks (5 x 1-1/2 x 7/8")

These kiln dried knife blanks are very dark and waxed sealed. You must be able to work with the natural properties of this wood. These would be ideal for use with crushed minerals.
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Redwood
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Brazilian Ebony Sapwood Contrast Turning Square (24" x 1-1/2" x 1-1/2")
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$23.99
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Brazilian Ebony Sapwood Contrast Turning Square (24" x 1-1/2" x 1-1/2")

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 but is easier to work. It takes a smooth, lustrous natural finish.  The color is described as a deep purple – black.  Sapwood (when present) is creamy white with some yellow.  These turning squares are dry and ready for creation! Please note that the size may be 1/8" larger or smaller than the standard measurement given in the title.
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Ebony; Brazilian
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Mun Ebony Cut Offs - Small Box (SFRB)
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Mun Ebony Cut Offs - Small Box (SFRB)

These cut offs are kiln dried and may be surfaced or rough. Checking and irregular shapes and sizes are present. A rough edge or pin hole also may be present. This is great material for jewelry, intarsia, inlay, and other very small projects. These are not suitable for segmented turning or other projects that require consistent medium size pieces. ***NOTICE: The cut off boxes are sold by volume, not weight. Weight listed is an approximate ship weight, not product weight. The actual weight of your package will vary depending on the attributes of the pieces included in the box. Box contents will NOT be puzzle stacked.
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Ebony; Mun
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Brazilian Ebony Sapwood Contrast Turning Square (36" x 2" x 2")
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$53.56
$34.99
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Brazilian Ebony Sapwood Contrast Turning Square (36" x 2" x 2")

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 but is easier to work. It takes a smooth, lustrous natural finish.  The color is described as a deep purple – black.  Sapwood (when present) is creamy white with some yellow.  These turning squares are dry and ready for creation! Please note that the size may be 1/8" larger or smaller than the standard measurement given in the title.
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Ebony; Brazilian
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Gabon Ebony Turning Square (12" x 1-1/2" x 1-1/2")
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$39.99
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Gabon Ebony Turning Square (12" x 1-1/2" x 1-1/2")

Genuine Gabon Ebony is extremely rare and hard to find, especially in the dark color that we have available exclusively in these turning squares. Ebony takes a very high polish and turns well despite its density. Blanks have been air drying since 2015 and contain residual moisture. They are wax sealed.
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Ebony
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Gabon Ebony Guitar Set
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$425.00
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Gabon Ebony Guitar Set

From equatorial Africa, Gabon Ebony is usually found in wet lowlands near rivers and swamps. Devoid of color, Gabon Ebony has ink black with lighter streaks. Only a small percentage of Ebony (three to five percent) produce the highest quality jet black Ebony. Most logs contain 50-70% sapwood with deep heart checks and voids in the heart with fall off of 80-90%. Ebony is hard and costly to produce, which makes it a rare species to obtain. It is difficult to work, glues satisfactorily, and has a tendency to want to split, but takes a really nice polish that makes it worth the work. Ebony is a treasured hardwood that was used by the Egyptian Pharaohs over 3,000 years ago. Diospyrus crassiflora. This should fit a guitar slightly smaller than a Jumbo. The backs have 1" checks. This is the reason why this needs to be used for something smaller than a Jumbo guitar. One piece of the backs (the one that is not numbered) has a 2-1/2" check halfway between the written #2 and the edge of the board. Kiln dried.
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Ebony
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Wormy Spalted Black and White Ebony Turning Square
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$49.99
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W56269

Wormy Spalted Black and White Ebony Turning Square

This beautiful material has air dried for 2 to 4 years and has been completely wax sealed. The majority is dry but some material contains residual moisture. Pictures show the beauty of each unique piece! It is common and natural in this species to have hairline checks along the black stripes. Sandpaper and glue can easily remedy this! We have carefully described the defects; however hairline checks can be present that are not specifically noted. Some areas on this piece are soft to the fingernail. There are some surface checks but they are great to fill with powdered turquoise. This piece has some live edge to it. This piece has pin holes scattered on two sides, making it "wormy".
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Amara Ebony
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$46.99
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W59613

Amara Ebony

This beautiful and sought after material has been kiln dried and is surfaced on two sides. Generally, boards are free of defects unless noted. Some pieces may contain a rough edge. There are a few pin holes in this piece. This piece has pin holes and a slight live edge.
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Ebony; Amara
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Macassar Ebony Veneer Sheet (32-1/4" x 4" x 1/32")
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$17.99
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V104

Macassar Ebony Veneer Sheet (32-1/4" x 4" x 1/32")

Macassar Ebony, Diospryus celibica, is a very rare and desired exotic Ebony wood from Asia. Diospyros in Latin originally meant "fruit of the God's" and is referenced in Ezekiel 27:15. A wood of great importance worldwide, Macassar Ebony has been used by many Kings. It is also known as Golden Ebony for the black stripes overlaying golden tones. This veneer is sawn. The listed sizes are a bit smaller than the actual size to account for any rough edges and checks. 1 VENEER INCLUDED IN THE PRICE.
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Ebony; Macassar
$7.50 Veneer packaging fee applies to this item. Spend $50 in veneer and the fee is waived!
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Black & White Ebony
W26524
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$2,750.00
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W26524

Black & White Ebony

A distinctive, rare, true Ebony, Black & White Ebony originates from Southeast Asia and Laos. By definition, Ebony has no hue, but rather contains neutral colors like black or white. This special variety has inky black variegations flowing through pale milky white. It is an incredible wood with amazing color contrast. The wood density ranges from .67 to 1.02 depending on the coloration. It is excellent for turning and for use in fancy articles. When turned or finish sanded on boxes it is possible to obtain a high glass-like natural polish. The scientific name of this species is Diospyros embryopteris. Air dried for 2 years. Most pieces still have some residual moisture. Bug holes & small surface checks are present in most. All of this is A Grade, better than average material. Completely wax sealed. W26524: Check out end grain picture! Incredible black streaks! 2" end check. Planer skip on one face. 6" end check that starts where the W# sticker is on picture. This would work for acoustic guitar backs, bass, electric guitar tops, or rifle stocks.
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Gabon Ebony Guitar Set
W33660
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$650.00
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W33660

Gabon Ebony Guitar Set

From equatorial Africa, Gabon Ebony is usually found in wet lowlands near rivers and swamps. Devoid of color, Gabon Ebony has ink black with lighter streaks. Only a small percentage of Ebony (three to five percent) produce the highest quality jet black Ebony. Most logs contain 50-70% sapwood with deep heart checks and voids in the heart with fall off of 80-90%. Ebony is hard and costly to produce, which makes it a rare species to obtain. It is difficult to work, glues satisfactorily, and has a tendency to want to split, but takes a really nice polish that makes it worth the work. Ebony is a treasured hardwood that was used by the Egyptian Pharaohs over 3,000 years ago. Diospyrus crassiflora. This nicely fits a Hauser Classical Set.  
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Ebony
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Indian Ebony Guitar Side Set
W33663
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$250.00
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W33663

Indian Ebony Guitar Side Set

Indian Ebony, Diospryus ebenum, is a jet black colored hardwood with light brown or reddish brown streaks. It does not have gray streaking that is common in Gabon or other Equatorial West Coast African Ebony; it is a closer color match to Madagascar Ebony's pure black. It is suitable for guitar and ukulele fingerboards and bridge blanks. Streaked Ebony boards have crisp defined lines that are visually stunning. This is one of the rarest Ebonies on the World market. There is a chainsaw nick on one edge that is visible in the pictures. The last one third the pieces twist a little bit. They are not perfectly flat but they will bend just fine.
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Ebony
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Gabon Ebony Guitar Set
W33661
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$690.00
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W33661

Gabon Ebony Guitar Set

From equatorial Africa, Gabon Ebony is usually found in wet lowlands near rivers and swamps. Devoid of color, Gabon Ebony has ink black with lighter streaks. Only a small percentage of Ebony (three to five percent) produce the highest quality jet black Ebony. Most logs contain 50-70% sapwood with deep heart checks and voids in the heart with fall off of 80-90%. Ebony is hard and costly to produce, which makes it a rare species to obtain. It is difficult to work, glues satisfactorily, and has a tendency to want to split, but takes a really nice polish that makes it worth the work. Ebony is a treasured hardwood that was used by the Egyptian Pharaohs over 3,000 years ago. Diospyrus crassiflora. This should fit a guitar slightly smaller than a Jumbo. The backs have 1" checks. This is the reason why this needs to be used for something smaller than a Jumbo guitar. One piece of the backs (the one that is not numbered) has a 2-1/2" check halfway between the written #2 and the edge of the board. Kiln dried.
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Ebony
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Black & White Ebony
W40878
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$79.99
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W40878

Black & White Ebony

A distinctive, rare, true Ebony, Black & White Ebony originates from Southeast Asia and Laos. By definition, Ebony has no hue, but rather contains neutral colors like black or white. This special variety has inky black variegations flowing through pale milky white. It is an incredible wood with amazing color contrast. The wood density ranges from .67 to 1.02 depending on the coloration. It is excellent for turning and for use in fancy articles. When turned or finish sanded on boxes it is possible to obtain a high glass-like natural polish. The scientific name of this species is Diospyros embryopteris. The wood in this special has air dried for up to 5 years.  Some pieces are dry and ready to use while others have air dried for a year and have lost up to 40%. of their original moisture. Most pieces are fully wax sealed. A few boards will have a check or two on one face with the best face being 90% clear or better. A minor bug hole or minor rough edge may also be present. A few boards are exceptions to this, but the additional defects are noted on the item’s description area. As the wood dries, the larger boards can develop checks or other defects if dried too quickly or not properly cared for. If you have any questions about care of the wood we’ll be happy to assist you! This is one of the nicest batches that we have had. The wood is absolutely stunning!
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Black & White Ebony
W47532
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$249.99
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W47532

Black & White Ebony

A distinctive, rare, true Ebony, Black & White Ebony (Diospyros embryopteris) originates from Southeast Asia and Laos. By definition, Ebony has no hue, but rather contains neutral colors like black or white. This special variety has inky black variegations flowing through pale milky white. It is an incredible wood with amazing color contrast. The wood density ranges from .67 to 1.02 depending on the coloration. It is excellent for turning and for use in fancy articles. When turned or finish sanded on boxes it is possible to obtain a high glass-like natural polish. Diospyros embryopteris. Several surface checks. 14" end split on edge at bottom of numbered face.
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Black & White Ebony
W47570
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$34.99
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W47570

Black & White Ebony

A distinctive, rare, true Ebony, Black & White Ebony (Diospyros embryopteris) originates from Southeast Asia and Laos. By definition, Ebony has no hue, but rather contains neutral colors like black or white. This special variety has inky black variegations flowing through pale milky white. It is an incredible wood with amazing color contrast. The wood density ranges from .67 to 1.02 depending on the coloration. It is excellent for turning and for use in fancy articles. When turned or finish sanded on boxes it is possible to obtain a high glass-like natural polish. Diospyros embryopteris. Has a 2" bark incursion on edge and numerous bug holes.
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Brazilian Ebony
W52421
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$79.99
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W52421

Brazilian Ebony

Beautiful color! Figure over much of the piece. Dry and ready to use.
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Ebony
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Instrument Grade Black and White Ebony
W56189
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$175.99
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W56189

Instrument Grade Black and White Ebony

This beautiful material has air dried for 2 to 4 years and has been completely wax sealed. The majority is dry but some material contains residual moisture. Pictures show the beauty of each unique piece! It is common and natural in this species to have hairline checks along the black stripes. Sandpaper and glue can easily remedy this! We have carefully described the defects; however hairline checks can be present that are not specifically noted. This piece is beautiful in color and figure. It could be used for fingerboards, etc.
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Instrument Grade Black and White Ebony
W56194
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$129.99
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W56194

Instrument Grade Black and White Ebony

This beautiful material has air dried for 2 to 4 years and has been completely wax sealed. The majority is dry but some material contains residual moisture. Pictures show the beauty of each unique piece! It is common and natural in this species to have hairline checks along the black stripes. Sandpaper and glue can easily remedy this! We have carefully described the defects; however hairline checks can be present that are not specifically noted. This could be great as a fingerboard. There is a 1/8" twist and a slight cup. It will lay flat with minimal pressure.
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Instrument Grade Black and White Ebony
W56209
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$139.99
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W56209

Instrument Grade Black and White Ebony

This beautiful material has air dried for 2 to 4 years and has been completely wax sealed. The majority is dry but some material contains residual moisture. Pictures show the beauty of each unique piece! It is common and natural in this species to have hairline checks along the black stripes. Sandpaper and glue can easily remedy this! We have carefully described the defects; however hairline checks can be present that are not specifically noted. This piece has a 1/16" bow but could be used for fingerboards. It has beautiful coloring.
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Instrument Grade Black and White Ebony
W56210
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$139.99
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W56210

Instrument Grade Black and White Ebony

This beautiful material has air dried for 2 to 4 years and has been completely wax sealed. The majority is dry but some material contains residual moisture. Pictures show the beauty of each unique piece! It is common and natural in this species to have hairline checks along the black stripes. Sandpaper and glue can easily remedy this! We have carefully described the defects; however hairline checks can be present that are not specifically noted. This could be great as a fingerboard. There is a 1/16" twist, but it is beautiful in color and figure.
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