Species Name: Bubinga
Other Names: African Rosewood, Kevazingo. Flat and quarter-sliced veneers are sold as bubinga; rotary veneers are also known as kevazingo.
Source: West Africa
Color: Red-brown with lighter red to purple stripe or veining.
Pattern: Straight grained or interlocked; the interlocked, irregular grained logs are veneered and sold as kevazingo; texture is moderately coarse
Characteristics: Heavy, some gum
Uses: Turnings, handles, decorative veneer for fine interiors
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