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Persimmon (solid) Lobe 4

Persimmon trees are known much more commonly for their fruit, and not their wood. It´s technically related to true ebonies (Diospyros genus), and therefore sometimes referred to as “white ebony.”
Persimmon wood is heavy, hard and has excellent shock and wear resistance.

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Walnut Lobe 4

Walnut has cooperative working characteristics, coupled with its rich brown coloration puts the wood in a class by itself among temperate-zone hardwoods. To cap it off, the wood also has good dimensional stability, shock resistance, and strength properties.

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Bloodwood PC Lobe 5

Traditionally known by the name Satine, now more commonly called Bloodwood, is commonly used for Carvings, trim, inlays, furniture, guitars, knife handles, and turned objects. Though it poses some challenges in working characteristics, its hardness, strength, and coloration make this a crimson favorite.

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Persimmon Lobe 4

Persimmon trees are known much more commonly for their fruit, and not their wood. It´s technically related to true ebonies (Diospyros genus), and therefore sometimes referred to as “white ebony.”
Persimmon wood is heavy, hard and has excellent shock and wear resistance.

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Purpleheart Lobe Sm 4

Sometimes called Amaranth, this colorful Latin American hardwood is tremendously popular for furniture and other designs that call for a unique splash of color, has excellent strength properties and can be used in applications where strength is important—a wood for both form and function.

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Wormy Persimmon Lobe 4

Persimmon trees are known much more commonly for their fruit, and not their wood. It´s technically related to true ebonies (Diospyros genus), and therefore sometimes referred to as “white ebony.”
Persimmon wood is heavy, hard and has excellent shock and wear resistance.

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