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African Mahogany Turning Squares: 1-3/4" x 1-3/4" 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 African Mahogany?Its color, texture and grain give it a very close resemblance to classic Honduras Mahogany. Relatively hard and works well aside from the woolly surfaces that sanding produces; highly lustrous and polishes well; very durable wood.
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|Thickness||1-3/4" (≈ 1-3/4" approx)|
|Grade||Kiln dried, clear|
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About African Mahogany (Khaya ivorensis)View All African Mahogany Products
2.58lbs /Bd. Ft.
Ease of Finishing
African Mahogany is an exotic wood from Africa
Its color, texture and grain give it a very close resemblance to classic Honduras Mahogany. Relatively hard and works well aside from the woolly surfaces that sanding produces; highly lustrous and polishes well; very durable wood.
Light pink to reddish-brown or golden tan-brown.
Reaches heights of 140 feet with trunk diameter up to 72" above large buttresses. Bole will measure 40-80 feet.
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Furniture, cabinets, interiors, boat building, veneer, desks, cabinets, entry doors, stairs, moldings and trim.
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