The yellowish-white sapwood is clearly differentiated from the heartwoork, which is a pronounced orange-brown colour with darker streaks. On exposure, the wood darkens to a rich reddish-brown. The grain ranges from straight, through roey to wavy, with a moderate fine and even texture and a silky sheen,
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Below is the technical information surrounding our Brazilian Mahogany veneer.
Commercial Names: Central American, mahogany, British Honduras mahogany, Costa Rican, Brazilian, Peruvian, Nicaraguan, etc. according to the country of origin (UK).
Other Names: Zopilote gateado (Mexico); araputanga, aguano, acajou, mogno (Brazil).
Distribution: Central and South America.
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