Morado 4/4 Shorts Pack 12" Long, 10 Pieces of Lumber
$139.00 $118.00 /PackSale Ends March 31, 2023
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Morado 4/4 Shorts Pack 12" Long, 10 Pieces
What a beautiful wood! Use this to accent your projects with a special touch. Morado has a rosewood look and feel, so it's just the right thing for small andd uniquely decorative projects.
Why Choose Morado?Its dark, flowing fine grain provides a luxurious pattern. And the texture is so fine that you'll enjoy working the wood with hand tools and giving it a gorgeous polish. Expect a stunning likeness to dark, rich rosewood.
What Size Is This?
|Thickness||13/16" (≈ 4/4, S2S approx)|
|Width||3" to 5"|
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About Morado (Machaerium scleroxylon)View All Morado Products
4.42lbs /Bd. Ft.
Ease of Finishing
Morado is an exotic wood from Latin America
Its dark, flowing fine grain provides a luxurious pattern. And the texture is so fine that you'll enjoy working the wood with hand tools and giving it a gorgeous polish. Expect a stunning likeness to dark, rich rosewood.
Dark violet brown or a lighter tan brown with dark streaks and stripes - somewhat rosewood like.
Mid-sized, rarely large.
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