INCLUDES 1 WOOD BLANK (several blanks are shown to indicate the range of color/grain to expect). Hawaiian Ohia, Metrosideros spp., is a Hawaiian hardwood that can also be called Pacific Rosewood. Though the wood is generally considered difficult to work because of interlocked grain and high density, the amazingly high polish that can be obtained makes it well worth any extra effort. Colors are rich and warm, ranging from red-brown to light brown with dark gray hues. This wood is kiln dried, surfaced on two sides, and is ready to use.
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