Here's what to know about woodworking with this wood
A beautiful and elegant wood with ribbon figure. The color is somewhat golden and will darken with age.
Lovoa grows in Africa
Color RangeFrom a golden yellow to reddish brown, sometimes with darker streaks and veins. Color tends to darken with exposure and age.
Other NamesAfrican walnut, Alona wood, Anamenila, Apopo, Benin walnut, Bibolo, Bombulu, Congowood, Dibetou, Dubin biri, Embero, Eyan, Ghana walnut, Lifaki muindo, Lovoa, Lovoa wood, Mpengwa, Nigerian golden walnut, Nigerian walnut, Nivero, Noy
Some Typical UsesBedroom suites, Cabinetmaking, Chairs, Chests, Concealed parts (Furniture), Decorative veneer, Desks, Dining-room furniture, Dowell pins, Dowells, Drawer sides, Excelsior, Figured veneer, Fine furniture, Floor lamps, Furniture , Furniture components, Furniture squares or stock, Hatracks, Joinery, Kitchen cabinets, Living-room suites, Office furniture, Radio, stereo, TV cabinets, Rustic furniture, Stools, Tables , Turnery, Utility furniture, Veneer, Wardrobes
What's the Tree Like?Lovoa is a massive tree that grows to over 130 feet tall, 48" in diameter and produces a long straight trunk free of branches for 60 feet or more.
2.83lbs /Bd. Ft.
Woodworking with Lovoa:
Ease of Finishing
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