Brazilian rosewood


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Brazilian rosewood, palisander

A variegated, hard, heavy wood having shades of brown and violet or red with black streaks; used for turned articles and decorative paneling.
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4) An 1870s piano made from Brazilian rosewood anchors the living room.
OME crafts about 123 traditional, jazz and bluegrass models annually, utilizing best-of-the-best woods such as curly maple, Honduras mahogany, Gabonese ebony, and Brazilian rosewood in their construction.
Also on show will be one of Linley's guitars which he made from 100-year-old Brazilian rosewood, mahogany and European spruce - has the lad never heard of plywood?
Brazilian rosewood is sturdy and durable and produces warm, deep tones.
Four patterns - Brazilian Rosewood, Merbau, Tigerwood and Caramel Bamboo - mimic the rare rainforest species in a flooring that's low-VOC and low-maintenance but high-performance.
Top-of-the-line kitchen with custom Brazilian rosewood cabinetry, white Carrerea marble counter tops with bar.
A real luxury option with Brazilian Rosewood, lavender and jasmine oils.
This particular six-stringed guitar of Brazilian rosewood and spruce is about half the size of most acoustic guitars today.
It resembles a brown and gold rosewood and can be dyed red or orange to look like a Brazilian rosewood.
Our incredibly high UV rating and our sustainably harvested Brazilian Rosewood oil base that wins all penetration tests against competitors are two of the reasons Penofin is the favorite of pros and homeowners alike," Dr.
Most of the hardwoods used to make their Supernatural basses come from South American rainforests, such as black American walnut, Canadian maple and Brazilian rosewood, which are difficult to obtain.
Some of our favorite details include the Brazilian rosewood boardroom table and console, white stone wall and oak flooring- all inspired by our Brazilian DNA," said Cardimona.

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