Burma rosewood

Burma rosewood

Burma rosewood

Wood species / Trade name:

Burma rosewood, Burma tulipwood

Names:

  • German: Burma Palisander
  • French: Palissandre de Burma
  • Chinese: 缅甸酸枝

Botanical name:

Dalbergia cochinchinensis

Character / Color:

Exclusive and attractive are suitable adjectives for the veneer figure in Burma tulipwood. Like all types of the Dalbergia family, this species has black-brown color areas and streaks. The basic color ranges from yellowish orange to brown with very little contrast. Relatively often a slight cross-grain can be seen. The veneer figure is further influenced by the frequent occurrence of dull mineral deposits.

Main occurence:

Asia

Usage:

Interior woodwork, Furniture

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