African Mahogany

Khaya Ivorensis or African Mahogany is a large deciduous tree from Africa with buttress roots. The bark is fairly smooth, grey to brown and flakes off in round scales. The leaves are compound and reddish when young, turning green with age.

Thickness
0.55 mm
Color
Red brown
Width
4" and wider
Length
2.55" and longer
Surface texture
Open grain
Grading
AA - A
Cut type
Flat cut - Quarter cut

Wood has natural colour and texture variations having been sculpted by nature. This specifications sheet is only a visual
representation of the overall characteristics of the product. It is provided as a specification reference only and not for
contractual purposes.

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