Item ID 6000
BRAZILIAN ROSEWOOD VENEER
Scientific Name: Dalbergia Nigra
Other names: Jacaranda, Rio Rosewood, Bahia Rosewood
Source: Brazil’s Atlantic Coast Forest
Color: Various shades of dark brown, orange, salmon, chocolate, to violet; conspicuous black streaks.
Pattern: Streaks of dark brown or black pigment lines
Characteristics: Rather large pores are exceedingly irregular both in size and position.
Uses: Furniture, cabinetwork, panels, and musical instruments.
Status: Brazilian rosewood is listed in CITES Appendix I, which is the most restrictive appendix, and also includes finished products made of the wood. Pre-Cites stock can still be traded in the U.S. without restrictions, but exporting it requires CITES permits.
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