Goncalo Alves Veneer, Quarter Cut (Tigerwood)

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GONCALO ALVES / TIGERWOOD VENEER- Quarter Cut

(Astronium fraxinifolium)

Other Names:  Zebrawood – UK, tigerwood – USA,  Brazilian Koa, Muirtacatiara – Brazil

Source:   Brazil, Bolivia, Peru, Guatemala, Mexico.

Color:  Reddish-orange to a deep reddish brown background with dark vein striping, which give it a tiger-like look and richly mottled and with dark brown streaks and spots similar to rosewood.

Pattern: Is fine to medium and uniform, with a fine grain, varying from straight to interlocked and wavy.

Characteristics:  Heavy, hard and dense.

Uses:  Furniture, turnings, cabinetwork, decorative veneer.

Designers and Users love the contrasting colors of Goncalo Alves Veneer.

Item ID: 2262

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ID # Description
2262 Log: 2608-1
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