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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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Bleeding Traces

It´s difficult to work on account of its high density. It´s hard ´n heavy! The high contrast between the golden body and the much darker streaks give it an appearance somewhat similar to natural marble. It’s overall appearance is very similar to Zebrawood, though Marblewood tends to have a finer texture.

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Donna Olivia

Because of the fruit’s economic importance, healthy, cultivated Olive trees aren’t felled for lumber; availability is generally limited to pruned branches, trimmings, and diseased/storm damaged orchard trees and prices are very high. Common uses for High-end furniture, veneer, turned objects, and small specialty wood items.

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Leadbellys Spots

Leadwood´s not offered very often for sale, it´s occasionally available as small lumber. Prices are likely to be high for hardwood. Its tremendous density makes it difficult to plane and hard on cutting tools and saw blades! – BUT I MADE IT!

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Luzy Jamiro

Goncalo Alves is commonly referred to as “Tigerwood” or “Brazilian Tigerwood” among flooring dealers. The wood has superb stiffness, strength, hardness, and durability.

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Rattlesnake´s revenge

As a rare and small tree, prices for surfaced and milled Snakewood that display the characteristic snakeskin pattern are perhaps the most expensive of any exotic lumber worldwide.
In addition to its colorful figure, Snakewood is also among the densest and hardest of all wood species worldwide. Among woodworkers, it vies with Lignum Vitae as the heaviest wood in the world.

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