Here's what to know about woodworking with this wood
The wood has a fine texture, and it's hard and heavy. Sirari gives you crisp clean cuts, takes routing and molding exceptionally well. It darkens to a deep rich red, even though the freshly cut color is more of a creamy light pink.
Sirari grows in Latin America
Color RangePink to red, mostly salmon colored with fine dark streaks.
Other NamesAmargo blanco, Baracara, Chocho, Jatobahy do igapo, Kokriki, Mekoe, Palo de matos, Peonio, Tento, Tiete Rosewood, Sirari, Patagonian Cherry
Some Typical UsesPrimarily cut for flooring, but the wood is useful for all types of woodwork such as furniture, interior millwork, jewelry boxes, inlay, accents
What's the Tree Like?The tree can grows to a modest 100 feet tall and about 3 feet in diameter, and it grows straight and cylindrical
3.67lbs /Bd. Ft.
Woodworking with Sirari:
Ease of Finishing
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