The Steady Shot Exotic Woods
Characterized by a striped figure that is reminiscent of a zebra. The name originally applied to the wood of Astronium graveolens, a large tree native to Central America. In the 20th century, the most important source of zebrawood was Microberlinia brazzavillensis, a tree native to Central Africa.
Chocolatey brown iconic color, with eye-catching swirling grain, and wild knots.
Incredibly strong and durable type of wood, originating from the Peltogyne genus of 23 species of large trees that can be found growing natively on the territory between Mexico and Brazil. It is best known for its amazing grain pattern and unique color that can rarely be found in other wood types.
Sometimes called Morado wood, Bolivian Rosewood, or Santos Rosewood, Pau Ferro is a South American exotic wood. Additionally, it has a somewhat similar appearance to Honduras Rosewood. However, it is not a related specie.
An exotic Mexican wood with a wide range of color variations from dark chocolate to light butterscotch colors. Chechen has an irregular grain pattern, and coupled with the color variety it makes fantastic finished pieces.
Originating from Asia or Africa, padauk wood can be obtained from a wide variety of Pterocarpus species. Commonly referred to as narra or mukwa, padauk wood is a valuable resource due to its durability, strength, and stability when being worked.