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LATIN: SWARTZIA TOMENTOSA ORIGIN: BRAZIL, VENEZUELA, COLUMBIA AND PARTS OF THE AMAZON.
Brazilian Ebony, Swartzia tomentosa, is a hard and heavy wood with a straight grain. It gets the name ebony for its (nearly) black color, but a distinct grain pattern is still easily seen with the naked eye. It has a bright and vivid color depth when first cut but after oxidation takes on a darker less bold appearance.
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Generally fine but can range from ultra-fine to medium
Olive Brown to Nearly Black
Exotic Wood Blanks: Below you will find stock sizes of Brazilian Ebony exotic wood blanks. To view all of the available sizes of Brazilian Ebony please click the "All" link below.
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