Also known as Patagonian rosewood due to its color variance and density, but is not a true rosewood variety.
Recommended for experienced turners.
Wood typically has some variations in color. The wood is predominantly a mix of tan, blue and gray, but frequently contains streaks of black and/or reddish orange.
This species is dense. Grain is typically straight, but may occasionally contain light figure.
Sands to a very high lustre, finishes easily, and is stable when dried.
These blanks are cut from a single hand-selected log for the best color consistency.
Kiln dried to below 10% moisture content
End grain sealed in wax to maintain moisture content
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