Here's what to know about woodworking with this wood
This is a fascinating, lively wood that exhibits a marbling pattern. Marblewood somewhat looks like zebrawood, but the streaks are more random and sinuous. Marblewood is dense and heavy.
Yellow Marblewood grows in Latin America
Color RangeLight yellowish or tan, with conspicuous irregular purplish dark brown streaks, and striping.
Other NamesAngelim rajado, Ingarana, Ingarana da terra firme, Snakewood, Bois serpent, Bostamarinde, Sneki-oedoe
Some Typical UsesCabinetmaking, Decorative veneer, Flooring, Furniture , Interior trim, Marquetry, Turnery, Veneer, Wainscotting
What's the Tree Like?Just a small tree only about 20" in diameter, and about 100 feet tall at maturity.
5.25lbs /Bd. Ft.
Woodworking with Yellow Marblewood:
Ease of Finishing