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Tulipwood (Botanical: Dalbergia frutescens)

Information to help you do fine woodworking with Tulipwood - all products are listed at bottom
Tulipwood, Dalbergia frutescens
Dalbergia frutescens, Tulipwood lumber and wood
Dalbergia frutescens, Tulipwood lumber and wood
Dalbergia frutescens, Tulipwood lumber and wood
Characteristics
Light Heavy
Weight:
Soft Hard
Hardness:
Fine Coarse
Texture:
Easy Difficult
Working:
Easy Difficult
Finishing:
Chart Help
map of where this wood grows

woodworking characteristicsTulipwood Characteristics

Fine texture, high luster, and takes a high polish. Hard and heavy. Somewhat difficult to work.

color of TulipwoodColor Range

Irregular streaks of yellow, rose and red or violet on a cream to straw colored background.

other names for TulipwoodOther Names

Tulipwood, Brazilian tulipwood, Pau rosa, Bois de rose, Pinkwood, Pau de fuso, Jacaranda rosa

uses for TulipwoodSome Typical Uses

Turning, inlay, fancy accessories.

the Tulipwood treeWhat's the Tree Like?

Small with an irregular trunk. Heartwood logs are 2-8'' in diameter.

where Tulipwood growsTulipwood grows in

Tropical South America, especially Northeast Brazil

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