Here's what to know about woodworking with this wood
Medium to coarse texture; grain usually straight, sometimes wavy; often with a fiddleback, mottled, or bees wing figure. Generally reported to saw and machine well, but some species are silicious and have a blunting effect on cutters.
Anigre grows in Africa
Color RangeYellowish-white to pale brown, sometimes with a pinkish tint.
Other NamesAnegre, M'boul, Aniegre, Mukali, Aningeria, Mukangu, Aningeria blanc, Muna, Aningre, N'kali, Kali, Osan, Kararo, Tanganyika nuss, Landojan, Tutu, Landosan
Some Typical UsesFurniture, cabinets, interior millwork.
What's the Tree Like?May reach a height of 180 feet with a clear cylindrical bole to 80 feet; trunk diameters above tall symmetrical buttresses 36-48".
2.92lbs /Bd. Ft.
Woodworking with Anigre:
Ease of Finishing