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Spanish Cedar

W29976
$21.99
Qty: 1
W29976 specs:
3 lbs. 36-5/8″ x 4-5/8″ x 3/8″

This Brazilian species, Cedrela spp., is also known as Cedro, Spanish Cedar, or Brazilian Cedar.  This is used extensively in the USA for cigar and other box liners, but is also used for pattern making and boat building.  Though the wood machines and woods easily, it generally requires good dust collection equipment as the aromatic smell is quite pungent when milling. Rich golden browns and subtle reds combine with a slight iridescence to make this wood aesthetically pleasing.

The lumber is kiln dried and surfaced on two sides. Small sound knots may be present in boards as shown in the picture. An occasional tiny pin hole (1/32”) may be present.

 

Left to Right: W29977, W29978

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Spanish Cedar

W29977
$21.99
Qty: 1
W29978
$20.99
Qty: 1
W29977 specs:
2 lbs. 36-9/16″ x 4-5/8″ x 3/8″
W29978 specs:
3 lbs. 36-3/16″ x 4-3/4″ x 3/8″

This Brazilian species, Cedrela spp., is also known as Cedro, Spanish Cedar, or Brazilian Cedar.  This is used extensively in the USA for cigar and other box liners, but is also used for pattern making and boat building.  Though the wood machines and woods easily, it generally requires good dust collection equipment as the aromatic smell is quite pungent when milling. Rich golden browns and subtle reds combine with a slight iridescence to make this wood aesthetically pleasing.

The lumber is kiln dried and surfaced on two sides. Small sound knots may be present in boards as shown in the picture. An occasional tiny pin hole (1/32”) may be present.

W29978: There are a couple knots.

 

Left to Right: W27637, W27638

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Spanish Cedar

W27637
$19.99
Qty: 1
W27638
$19.99
Qty: 1
W27637 specs:
3 lbs. 36″ x 6-5/8″ x 3/8″
W27638 specs:
3 lbs. 36″ x 6-5/8″ x 3/8″

This Brazilian species, Cedrela spp., is also known as Cedro, Spanish Cedar, or Brazilian Cedar.  This is used extensively in the USA for cigar and other box liners, but is also used for pattern making and boat building.  Though the wood machines and woods easily, it generally requires good dust collection equipment as the aromatic smell is quite pungent when milling. Rich golden browns and subtle reds combine with a slight iridescence to make this wood aesthetically pleasing. The lumber is kiln dried and surfaced on two sides. Small sound knots are present in some boards. An occasional tiny pin hole (1/32”) may be present. This is a great opportunity to power buy 4/4 full length lumber!

Left to Right: W27634, W27635, W27636

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Spanish Cedar

W27634
$14.99
Qty: 1
W27635
$14.99
Qty: 1
W27636
$14.99
Qty: 1
W27634 specs:
3 lbs. 36-1/8″ x 5″ x 3/8″
W27635 specs:
3 lbs. 36-1/8″ x 5″ x 3/8″
W27636 specs:
3 lbs. 36-1/8″ x 5″ x 3/8″

This Brazilian species, Cedrela spp., is also known as Cedro, Spanish Cedar, or Brazilian Cedar.  This is used extensively in the USA for cigar and other box liners, but is also used for pattern making and boat building.  Though the wood machines and woods easily, it generally requires good dust collection equipment as the aromatic smell is quite pungent when milling. Rich golden browns and subtle reds combine with a slight iridescence to make this wood aesthetically pleasing. The lumber is kiln dried and surfaced on two sides. Small sound knots are present in some boards. An occasional tiny pin hole (1/32”) may be present. This is a great opportunity to power buy 4/4 full length lumber!

Left to Right: W27631, W27632, W27633

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Spanish Cedar

W27631
$14.99
Qty: 1
W27632
$14.99
Qty: 1
W27633
$14.99
Qty: 1
W27631 specs:
3 lbs. 36-1/8″ x 5″ x 3/8″
W27632 specs:
3 lbs. 36-1/8″ x 5″ x 3/8″
W27633 specs:
3 lbs. 36-1/8″ x 5″ x 3/8″

This Brazilian species, Cedrela spp., is also known as Cedro, Spanish Cedar, or Brazilian Cedar.  This is used extensively in the USA for cigar and other box liners, but is also used for pattern making and boat building.  Though the wood machines and woods easily, it generally requires good dust collection equipment as the aromatic smell is quite pungent when milling. Rich golden browns and subtle reds combine with a slight iridescence to make this wood aesthetically pleasing. The lumber is kiln dried and surfaced on two sides. Small sound knots are present in some boards. An occasional tiny pin hole (1/32”) may be present. This is a great opportunity to power buy 4/4 full length lumber!

Left to Right: W27626, W27627

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Spanish Cedar

W27626
$27.99
Qty: 1
W27627
$27.99
Qty: 1
W27626 specs:
4 lbs. 48-1/8″ x 6-1/2″ x 3/8″
W27627 specs:
4 lbs. 48-1/8″ x 6-5/8″ x 7/16″
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This Brazilian species, Cedrela spp., is also known as Cedro, Spanish Cedar, or Brazilian Cedar.  This is used extensively in the USA for cigar and other box liners, but is also used for pattern making and boat building.  Though the wood machines and woods easily, it generally requires good dust collection equipment as the aromatic smell is quite pungent when milling. Rich golden browns and subtle reds combine with a slight iridescence to make this wood aesthetically pleasing. The lumber is kiln dried and surfaced on two sides. Small sound knots are present in some boards. An occasional tiny pin hole (1/32”) may be present. This is a great opportunity to power buy 4/4 full length lumber!

W27551

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Curly Honduras Mahogany

W27551
$27.99
Qty: 1
W27551 specs:
2 lbs. 20-15/16″ x 3-3/8″ x 5/16″

One of the most renowned woods Worldwide, Mahogany’s rich colors and warm tones stand alone for projects such as furniture & stringed instruments. This hardwood machines easily & finishes well. Genuine Honduras Mahogany – Swietenia macrophylla from Central America with warm honey/brown colors. Often this hardwood has exceptional fiddle back and/or plum pudding figure. Please see photos for the particular patterns in each piece. Cannot ship outside of the USA.

Dry and ready to use. Surfaced on one face. USA only.

W26391

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Birdseye Eastern Maple

W23691 (cut in 1/2)
$139.99
Qty: 1
W26391 specs:
12 lbs. 72-1/4″ x 5-7/8″ x 3/4″

This is a member of the genus acer from Eastern Canada.  During growth numerous small leaves extend outward from the trunk surrounding it from the stump upward to the canopy. It is easy to spot because the trunk looks like it is covered with ivy.  When these small limbs are sliced off in the milling process there is a tell-tale bird’s eye that remains.  The highest grade lumber is flat or slab sawn to show the birdseyes not quartersawn as in curly Maple.

Kiln dried and S2S. Nice boards. Great for boxes and other projects. 5″ end check.(behind the numbers in the picture). Great figure. A couple small pinholes are present.

**Note: Will be cut in half to ship.  Please contact our offices if you would like it shipped whole**

Left to Right: W25253, W25254

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Wenge

W25253
$44.50
Qty: 1
W25254
$47.50
SOLD OUT
W25253 specs:
5 lbs. 47-15/16″ x 6-1/4″ x 3/8″
W25254 specs:
6 lbs. 48″ x 6-1/2″ x 7/16″

Wenge is a unique species of hardwoods from equatorial West Africa.  Wenge has fine dark lines with narrow brown streaks. Chocolate brown lines appear black when a clear finish is applied and the lighter colored streaks show as subtle contrast.  The closest species match in color and working properties is Pheasant wood which is extremely popular and in short supply.  Wenge is a good wood to use in place of Gabon Ebony when larger defect free sizes are required.  Trees are generally 60-100’ tall with clear trunks up to the base of the canopy.  Trunks are 20-40” in diameter with 3-4” of sapwood present.  Wenge has been difficult to obtain over the last 15 years due to the internal conflict in Africa. During the last 15 years we have never seen a figured log like this! We feel privileged to be able to supply this to you. Kiln dried, surfaced on two sides. Occasional pin holes unless noted. W25253: 1/16″ bow and cup.

Left to Right: W25250, W25251

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Wenge

W25250
$36.50
Qty: 1
W25251
$39.70
SOLD OUT
W25250 specs:
4 lbs. 35-15/16″ x 4″ x 7/16″
W25251 specs:
5 lbs. 36-1/4″ x 5-7/8″ x 7/16″

Wenge is a unique species of hardwoods from equatorial West Africa.  Wenge has fine dark lines with narrow brown streaks. Chocolate brown lines appear black when a clear finish is applied and the lighter colored streaks show as subtle contrast.  The closest species match in color and working properties is Pheasant wood which is extremely popular and in short supply.  Wenge is a good wood to use in place of Gabon Ebony when larger defect free sizes are required.  Trees are generally 60-100’ tall with clear trunks up to the base of the canopy.  Trunks are 20-40” in diameter with 3-4” of sapwood present.  Wenge has been difficult to obtain over the last 15 years due to the internal conflict in Africa. During the last 15 years we have never seen a figured log like this! We feel privileged to be able to supply this to you. Kiln dried, surfaced on two sides. Occasional pin holes unless noted.

Left to Right: W25244, W25245

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Wenge

W25244
$24.50
SOLD OUT
W25245
$29.95
SOLD OUT
W25244 specs:
5 lbs. 24-5/8″ x 6-1/4″ x 11/16″
W25245 specs:
3 lbs. 32″ x 4-5/16″ x 5/16″

Wenge is a unique species of hardwoods from equatorial West Africa.  Wenge has fine dark lines with narrow brown streaks. Chocolate brown lines appear black when a clear finish is applied and the lighter colored streaks show as subtle contrast.  The closest species match in color and working properties is Pheasant wood which is extremely popular and in short supply.  Wenge is a good wood to use in place of Gabon Ebony when larger defect free sizes are required.  Trees are generally 60-100’ tall with clear trunks up to the base of the canopy.  Trunks are 20-40” in diameter with 3-4” of sapwood present.  Wenge has been difficult to obtain over the last 15 years due to the internal conflict in Africa. During the last 15 years we have never seen a figured log like this! We feel privileged to be able to supply this to you. Kiln dried, surfaced on two sides. Occasional pin holes unless noted.

Left to Right: W24238, W25239

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Wenge

W25238
$22.50
SOLD OUT
W25239
$39.75
Qty: 1
W25238 specs:
3 lbs. 32-1/8″ x 3-7/8″ x 5/16″
W25239 specs:
3 lbs. 36″ x 4-1/2″ x 5/16″

Wenge is a unique species of hardwoods from equatorial West Africa.  Wenge has fine dark lines with narrow brown streaks. Chocolate brown lines appear black when a clear finish is applied and the lighter colored streaks show as subtle contrast.  The closest species match in color and working properties is Pheasant wood which is extremely popular and in short supply.  Wenge is a good wood to use in place of Gabon Ebony when larger defect free sizes are required.  Trees are generally 60-100’ tall with clear trunks up to the base of the canopy.  Trunks are 20-40” in diameter with 3-4” of sapwood present.  Wenge has been difficult to obtain over the last 15 years due to the internal conflict in Africa. During the last 15 years we have never seen a figured log like this! We feel privileged to be able to supply this to you. Kiln dried, surfaced on two sides. Occasional pin holes unless noted.

Left to Right: W23580, W23581

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Thuya Burl

W23580
$36.50
SOLD OUT
W23581
$29.50
SOLD OUT
W23580 specs:
1 lb. 14-7/16″ x 2-3/8″ x 7/16″
W23581 specs:
1 lb. 14-1/4″ x 2-3/8″ x 7/16″

Thuya wood (pronounced twee-ya) is from the Thuya tree (Tetraclinis articulate in Latin, and Araar in Moroccan). This biblical tree is a conifer from the cedar family, and is exclusively native to Morocco. This highly praised conifer grows only in the forests of the Atlas mountains east of Essaouira, the beautiful coastal town famous for its ancient and contemporary history, museums, art galleries, world music festival, and above all for its Thuya wood craftsmanship. Thuya wood was highly praised by Romans and Greeks, and its oils were used in religious rituals and ceremonies. Thuya trees reach maturity over many decades. Still the praised part of this tree is not the trunk, but the burl buried in the ground. The burl has a deeper color, a more concentrated aroma, and a fascinating grain. Today these burls are very scarce and hard to locate, extract, and transport. High demand over the centuries has greatly reduced the Thuya forests, and looking for underground burls is something like sifting through sand for grains of gold. Moreover, most of these burls are very small, therefore the fact that most of the items made from this luxurious wood are of a small nature. Another hindrance is that burls generally have large splits and defects that need to be cut out. When luck strikes and a large solid burl is found, it is bid on by artisans, and is sold to the highest bidder.  Burls are moved from mountainous areas on mules and donkeys as they are the only form of transportation suited to the task. All that having been said, the real value of the Thuya handcrafted goods is in the highly skilled artists who intricately design Thuya burls into breath taking masterpieces.  Thuya wood (pronounced twee-ya) is from the Thuya tree (Tetraclinis articulate in Latin, and Araar in Moroccan). This biblical tree is a conifer from the cedar family, and is exclusively native to Morocco. This highly praised conifer grows only in the forests of the Atlas mountains east of Essaouira, the beautiful coastal town famous for its ancient and contemporary history, museums, art galleries, world music festival, and above all for its Thuya wood craftsmanship. Thuya wood was highly praised by Romans and Greeks, and its oils were used in religious rituals and ceremonies. Thuya trees reach maturity over many decades. Still the praised part of this tree is not the trunk, but the burl buried in the ground. The burl has a deeper color, a more concentrated aroma, and a fascinating grain. Today these burls are very scarce and hard to locate, extract, and transport. High demand over the centuries has greatly reduced the Thuya forests, and looking for underground burls is something like sifting through sand for grains of gold. Moreover, most of these burls are very small, therefore the fact that most of the items made from this luxurious wood are of a small nature. Another hindrance is that burls generally have large splits and defects that need to be cut out. When luck strikes and a large solid burl is found, it is bid on by artisans, and is sold to the highest bidder.  Burls are moved from mountainous areas on mules and donkeys as they are the only form of transportation suited to the task. All that having been said, the real value of the Thuya handcrafted goods is in the highly skilled artists who intricately design Thuya burls into breath taking masterpieces.   Dry and ready to use. Cut with a smooth band saw blade. Not surfaced. Great for knife scales, pistol grips and other intricate box work/intarsia inlay.

Left to Right: W23578, W23579

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Thuya Burl

W23578
$39.50
Qty: 1
W23579
$33.50
Qty: 1
W23578 specs:
1 lb. 14-3/4″ x 2-3/8″ x 7/16″
W23579 specs:
1 lb. 14-3/16″ x 2-3/8″ x 7/16″

Thuya wood (pronounced twee-ya) is from the Thuya tree (Tetraclinis articulate in Latin, and Araar in Moroccan). This biblical tree is a conifer from the cedar family, and is exclusively native to Morocco. This highly praised conifer grows only in the forests of the Atlas mountains east of Essaouira, the beautiful coastal town famous for its ancient and contemporary history, museums, art galleries, world music festival, and above all for its Thuya wood craftsmanship. Thuya wood was highly praised by Romans and Greeks, and its oils were used in religious rituals and ceremonies. Thuya trees reach maturity over many decades. Still the praised part of this tree is not the trunk, but the burl buried in the ground. The burl has a deeper color, a more concentrated aroma, and a fascinating grain. Today these burls are very scarce and hard to locate, extract, and transport. High demand over the centuries has greatly reduced the Thuya forests, and looking for underground burls is something like sifting through sand for grains of gold. Moreover, most of these burls are very small, therefore the fact that most of the items made from this luxurious wood are of a small nature. Another hindrance is that burls generally have large splits and defects that need to be cut out. When luck strikes and a large solid burl is found, it is bid on by artisans, and is sold to the highest bidder.  Burls are moved from mountainous areas on mules and donkeys as they are the only form of transportation suited to the task. All that having been said, the real value of the Thuya handcrafted goods is in the highly skilled artists who intricately design Thuya burls into breath taking masterpieces.  Thuya wood (pronounced twee-ya) is from the Thuya tree (Tetraclinis articulate in Latin, and Araar in Moroccan). This biblical tree is a conifer from the cedar family, and is exclusively native to Morocco. This highly praised conifer grows only in the forests of the Atlas mountains east of Essaouira, the beautiful coastal town famous for its ancient and contemporary history, museums, art galleries, world music festival, and above all for its Thuya wood craftsmanship. Thuya wood was highly praised by Romans and Greeks, and its oils were used in religious rituals and ceremonies. Thuya trees reach maturity over many decades. Still the praised part of this tree is not the trunk, but the burl buried in the ground. The burl has a deeper color, a more concentrated aroma, and a fascinating grain. Today these burls are very scarce and hard to locate, extract, and transport. High demand over the centuries has greatly reduced the Thuya forests, and looking for underground burls is something like sifting through sand for grains of gold. Moreover, most of these burls are very small, therefore the fact that most of the items made from this luxurious wood are of a small nature. Another hindrance is that burls generally have large splits and defects that need to be cut out. When luck strikes and a large solid burl is found, it is bid on by artisans, and is sold to the highest bidder.  Burls are moved from mountainous areas on mules and donkeys as they are the only form of transportation suited to the task. All that having been said, the real value of the Thuya handcrafted goods is in the highly skilled artists who intricately design Thuya burls into breath taking masterpieces.   Dry and ready to use. Cut with a smooth band saw blade. Not surfaced. Great for knife scales, pistol grips and other intricate box work/intarsia inlay.

Left to Right: W23574, W23575

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Thuya Burl

W23574
$31.50
Qty: 1
W23575
$31.50
SOLD OUT
W23574 specs:
1 lb. 11-1/16″ x 2-3/8″ x 7/16″
W23575 specs:
1 lb. 12″ (down to 11-1/8″) x 2-3/8″ max. x 3/8″

Thuya wood (pronounced twee-ya) is from the Thuya tree (Tetraclinis articulate in Latin, and Araar in Moroccan). This biblical tree is a conifer from the cedar family, and is exclusively native to Morocco. This highly praised conifer grows only in the forests of the Atlas mountains east of Essaouira, the beautiful coastal town famous for its ancient and contemporary history, museums, art galleries, world music festival, and above all for its Thuya wood craftsmanship. Thuya wood was highly praised by Romans and Greeks, and its oils were used in religious rituals and ceremonies. Thuya trees reach maturity over many decades. Still the praised part of this tree is not the trunk, but the burl buried in the ground. The burl has a deeper color, a more concentrated aroma, and a fascinating grain. Today these burls are very scarce and hard to locate, extract, and transport. High demand over the centuries has greatly reduced the Thuya forests, and looking for underground burls is something like sifting through sand for grains of gold. Moreover, most of these burls are very small, therefore the fact that most of the items made from this luxurious wood are of a small nature. Another hindrance is that burls generally have large splits and defects that need to be cut out. When luck strikes and a large solid burl is found, it is bid on by artisans, and is sold to the highest bidder.  Burls are moved from mountainous areas on mules and donkeys as they are the only form of transportation suited to the task. All that having been said, the real value of the Thuya handcrafted goods is in the highly skilled artists who intricately design Thuya burls into breath taking masterpieces.  Thuya wood (pronounced twee-ya) is from the Thuya tree (Tetraclinis articulate in Latin, and Araar in Moroccan). This biblical tree is a conifer from the cedar family, and is exclusively native to Morocco. This highly praised conifer grows only in the forests of the Atlas mountains east of Essaouira, the beautiful coastal town famous for its ancient and contemporary history, museums, art galleries, world music festival, and above all for its Thuya wood craftsmanship. Thuya wood was highly praised by Romans and Greeks, and its oils were used in religious rituals and ceremonies. Thuya trees reach maturity over many decades. Still the praised part of this tree is not the trunk, but the burl buried in the ground. The burl has a deeper color, a more concentrated aroma, and a fascinating grain. Today these burls are very scarce and hard to locate, extract, and transport. High demand over the centuries has greatly reduced the Thuya forests, and looking for underground burls is something like sifting through sand for grains of gold. Moreover, most of these burls are very small, therefore the fact that most of the items made from this luxurious wood are of a small nature. Another hindrance is that burls generally have large splits and defects that need to be cut out. When luck strikes and a large solid burl is found, it is bid on by artisans, and is sold to the highest bidder.  Burls are moved from mountainous areas on mules and donkeys as they are the only form of transportation suited to the task. All that having been said, the real value of the Thuya handcrafted goods is in the highly skilled artists who intricately design Thuya burls into breath taking masterpieces.   Dry and ready to use. Cut with a smooth band saw blade. Not surfaced. Great for knife scales, pistol grips and other intricate box work/intarsia inlay.  W23575: Rough end. Penetrating small knot.