Limba

Limba

Limba

Wood species / Trade name:

Limba

Names:

  • German: Limba
  • French: Limba
  • Chinese: 西非榄仁木

Botanical name:

Terminalia superba

Character / Color:

The veneer figure of this lustrous, matte and close-grained wood is created by its interlocked fibers and other fiber deviations which produce irregular striped and wavy patterns. Pale olive-green late growth and a higher density of fibers clearly mark the growth zones. The tangential reveals a jagged and fine figure and the large, scattered pores look like deep cracks here. The lively texture of the yellowish brown to straw-colored wood sometimes resembles a field of amber waves of grain.

Main occurence:

Africa

Usage:

Doors, Interior woodwork, Furniture

Availability

3

Pricegroup

1

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