Mahogany, Honduras F/C 1/42″

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Our Item ID  3360

 

HONDURAS MAHOGANY VENEER

(Swietenia Macrophylla)

Other Names: Tropical American Mahogany, Peruvian, Nicaraguan

Source:  Mexico, Brazil, Peru and Central America (especially Honduras).

Color:  Varies from a light reddish or yellowish-brown to a rich dark red, depending upon country of origin and situation.  The most common supply is yellowish-tan, changing on brief exposure to rich, golden brown.

Pattern:  a variety of figures, similar to African Mahogany except crotches are not readily available.

Characteristics:  Mostly straight-grained but even when interlocked is exceptionally stable.  Good strength properties; works well; stains and finishes well; durable and decay-resistant.

Uses:  Furniture, paneling, fine joinery, boats and ships, pattern-making, exteriors.

Item ID: 3360
Source: Central America

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ID # Description
3360 Log: 300562
3360 Log: 6870-1-3
3360 Log: 278734A
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