Here's what to know about woodworking with this wood
This fine textured and dense wood becomes creamy golden tan with extended exposure. Works and finishes nicely due to the density and extremely fine texture.
Peroba grows in Latin America
Color RangeMild yellowish tan, very creamy and even colored.
Other NamesAmarello, Amargosa, Ibira romi, Palo rosa, Peroba rosa, Red peroba, Rosa peroba
Some Typical UsesFurniture, flooring, musical instruments, other interior millwork.
What's the Tree Like?Peroba attains an average height of 90 feet and an average trunk diameter of 30 inches, but it may grow larger under different conditions. The tree usually develops a straight and clear bole.
3.91lbs /Bd. Ft.
Woodworking with Peroba:
Ease of Finishing