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East Indian Rosewood
Origin of Wood Type:
India
Botanical Name:
Dalbergia latifolia
Specific Gravity:
.85
Avg. Weight Per BF (?):
4.42 lb/ bf
Color Range:
Gold- Brown-Black
Rarity / Availability: (?):
Rare
Typical Avg. Width:
3" to 10", rarely found up to 20" inches wide
Typical Avg. Length:
2' to 6' feet
Avg. Waste Factor (?):
30%

Wood Uses:

Fine Furniture, Cabinetry, Architecural Millwork, Guitar Building / Instrument making, Wood Turning, Wood Carving, Automotive / Aircraft Interior, Inlaying, Box Making, Veneer, Timber framing and many other uses!
lumber Grades (?):

Select and Better, Flitch

Other Trade Names:

Bombay Blackwood, Indian Rosewood, Bombay Rosewood, Shisham, Sissoo, Biti, Eravadi, Kalaruk

Description:

East Indian Rosewood is a true rosewood and on everyone’s short list of the world’s most beautiful lumbers. Prized for both veneers and hardwoods this specie is found in many Asian antiques. It has a very fine texture and brown to purple heartwood. As with other members of the dalbergia family, East Indian rosewood is very dense and will yield a soft satin finish.

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