Also known by many other names, most commonly ovangkol, mozambique and amazakoue. Recommended for experienced
turners. Wood is typically a dark brown color with streaks of varying brown shades and black. Lots of unique color
varations. This species is hard, dense and has interlocked grain. Light to mdedium curly figure occurs quite
regularly in this wood. Cutting requires sharp tools. Sands to a very high lustre, finishes easily, and is stable
Shedua is closely related to bubinga, and shares many of the same working properties.
Kiln dried to below 10% moisture content
End grain sealed in wax to maintain moisture content
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Surfaces planed to display wood grain
Size varies by up to 1/4"
Will not contain rot, wane, cracks or pith
Solid knots up to 1/4" are allowed
Contains at least 70% heartwood
May occasionally contain varying amounts of curly figure