Bolivian rosewood shares many characteristics of true rosewoods including its colors, working properties, and density. Colors range from violet streaks to coffee browns and black. The trees grow in Bolivia and some of the surrounding Countries. Logs are small and usually only produce lumber 3-6" wide. This material is kiln dried and surfaced on two sides. It is very clean lumber and is ready for use now!
Matt | TN | Woodworking on Instagram: “Ash is a beautiful wood when paired with walnut and cherry. The color o maple, but with a more interesting grain pattern. #woodworking…”
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Hells Canyon Petrified Wood Cabochon
Here is a beautiful cab of rare Hell's Canyon petrified wood. This material is no longer available for digging. It's said that the rough was collected in the 1950's by an old rockhound. Not long after, they put up a dam in the area. Thus, it is now under water. This was part of his collection of rough. This is just stunning, rare petrified (opalized)wood with the herringbone patterns. This cab has EXTRA nice shading and patterns to it. Cut in a freeform shape, I left the top of the cab…
EXOTIC WOOD: MARBLED & GRAFTED CHERRY California Cherry uses Prunus serotina root stock which is fast growing and hardy grafted to the sweet cherry (Prunus avium) to yield delicious and abundant cherries. Prunus serotina is commonly called black cherry, wild black cherry, rum cherry, or mountain black cherry. Prunus avium is a European species that has been cultivated since roughly 800 BC. www.cookwoods.com