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Afrormosia

Color:

Heartwood from bright olive yellow to gold-brown (similar to teak). The wood darkens when allowed to dry further and takes on a yellowish color.

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Ash

Color:

In its natural state, the color of the ash shimmers yellowish white.

Characteristics:

The ash has a particularly expressive structure thanks to the clearly visible growth rings and a crown or striped pattern with a particularly expressive structure.

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Ash brown

Color:

The heart is dark brown, the hard wood a yellowish white.

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Hard Maple

Additional name:

Sugar Maple

Color:

Creamy white with a slight reddish brown tinge, the heartwood varies from light to dark reddish brown.

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Elm red

Color:

Dark brown with a reddish tinge

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Red Oak

Color:

The heartwood varies from light brown-pink to reddish brown. The sapwood is yellowish white, light to reddish gray.

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Beech

Color:

Soft yellow to light brownish red

Characteristics:

Plain structure with fine pores scattered throughout.

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Birch

Color:

Yellowish white, reddish toward the pith

Characteristics:

This tree grows very straight, has a pure color and fine growth rings. The texture varies from plain to figured up to flame-like.

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Iroko

Color:

The whitish to pale yellow sapwood is clearly distinct from the yellow-brown heartwood, which matures to a deeper brown.

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Bubinga

Additional name:

Kevazingo

Color:

The color scale ranges from pink to brown-red to violet veined.