Bocote Pen Blanks
Turn your own beautiful pens that will make your family and friends smile. Using these hand-sorted pen blanks from Woodworkers Source means you get only the highest quality blanks that are cut square from premium kiln dried lumber.
Why Choose Bocote?Bocote will blow your mind! The uniquely beautiful wood offers a bold yellow-ish color punctuated with intrepid dark brown grain that produces wild, natural high-contrast streaks. Bocote is hard and heavy, so it's a joy to polish and excellent to cut. Give it a simple clear finish for the best look in an awe-inspiring project.
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|Thickness||3/4" (≈ 3/4" approx)|
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About Bocote (Cordia elaeagnoides)View All Bocote Products
4.67lbs /Bd. Ft.
Ease of Finishing
Bocote is an exotic wood from Latin America
Bocote will blow your mind! The uniquely beautiful wood offers a bold yellow-ish color punctuated with intrepid dark brown grain that produces wild, natural high-contrast streaks. Bocote is hard and heavy, so it's a joy to polish and excellent to cut. Give it a simple clear finish for the best look in an awe-inspiring project.
Greenish yellow to golden brown with dark stripes.
Small to medium sized tree sometimes 100 feet tall.
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