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East Indian Rosewood Turning Squares: 2" x 2" x 18"
Get ready to work with the finest wood squares you've ever seen, they're ready to be turned into whatever you can imagine, such as furniture parts, table legs, small accessories, handles, artwork and other fine woodworking projects.
Why Choose E. Indian Rosewood?With good dimensional stability, this Rosewood has a dark color with a straight grain - which makes this a rather easy wood to work with. It's dense and tight grained, easy to finish.
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|Thickness||2" (≈ 2" approx)|
|Grade||Air dried and end-waxed|
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About E. Indian Rosewood (Dalbergia latifolia)View All E. Indian Rosewood Products
4.42lbs /Bd. Ft.
Ease of Finishing
E. Indian Rosewood is an exotic wood from Asia
With good dimensional stability, this Rosewood has a dark color with a straight grain - which makes this a rather easy wood to work with. It's dense and tight grained, easy to finish.
Dark purple to dark brown with black lines
A straight trunk that's clear usually 30 to 50 feet. Overall height reaches 75 feet under normal conditions, but can be as tall as 100 feet. The diameter grows to 30 inches.
Bombay blackwood, East Indian rosewood, Indian palisandre, Indian rosewood, Java palisandre, Malabar, Shisham, Sitsal, Sonokeling
Cabinetmaking, Marquetry, Musical instruments, Tool handles, some furniture parts, decorative items.
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