This contrasty African relative of rosewood has a deep brown background with notable dark brown to ebony streaking and a nice natural luster. Outside Africa, it’s increasingly used as a more affordable substitute for walnut. Produced in both quarter and flat cut veneers, this intense and well-veined veneer is in demand for high-end architectural settings–the stronger the veining, the more valuable the wood. Due to its excellent tonal qualities, the wood is prized for the production of musical instruments.
Mozambique Qtd Fig
Categories: Natural Veneer, Veneers