Bolivian Rosewood, Machhaerium spp., is commonly available in Tropical South America, mainly Bolivia and Brazil. Closely related to the Dalbergia genus, it’s appearance and workability makes it a popular substitute for Brazilian Rosewood. Sometimes referred to as Pau Ferro or Morado, its color can vary from a red-toned orange to a dark, violet-toned brown, often with darker black streaks. Bolivian Rosewood turns and finishes exceptionally well. The boards are surfaced on four sides and are in limited quantity. We’ve selected premium samples of Bolivian Rosewood for a special one-time availability.
Due to international shipping restrictions, we can only ship this product in the United States.
Wood is a natural product, and pieces may vary slightly. Due to wood movement, shrinkage and expansion, please measure each piece carefully. The stock is surfaced on two sides and dimensioned within +/- 1/8” of size listed.
|Country of Manufacture||Bolivia|
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