bubinga


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bubinga, African rosewood

A west African wood, light red to violet in color, often with purple stripes, frequently figured; hard, high density; used as interior finish and for decorative paneling.
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The one-piece recurve's limbs have a hard-rock maple core and several configurations of exotic Bubinga and black walnut under glass.
As a side note, Mathews offers nine different woods, Jaotba, Zebra Koa, Fishtail Oak, Paduk, Bubinga, Purple Heart, Boisderose, East Indian Rosewood, and Cocobolo to customize the look of your grip.
Alexander Julian At Home is presenting Harmony, a transitional collection, with more contemporary items this market, finished in classic mahogany tones, touched by bubinga wood and ebony inlay.
At the higher end of the price scale is an outstanding line of carved pieces made from an African wood called Bubinga.
Zena Design Groups Betty Blounts interiors are of unpretentious luxury with an earthy-yet-cosmopolitan feel, featuring Bubinga and other rare woods, Travertine stone and lighting designed by local glass artisans.
The printer can take inexpensive material like MDF and transform it so it looks like a high-end bubinga veneer or an inlay.
Measuring 60 inches, it has a solid African Bubinga riser, black glass limbs, and a low shelf.
It is available in natural assamela hardwood or varnished bubinga hardwood, and is uniquely designed to function as conversational seating (face to face), as a bench and as a cocktail table as well as a love seat.
Standard riser woods include bubinga and shedua, although the Acadian web site offers exotic wood and overlay alternatives that are absolutely stunning.
This makes it possible to image the look of an exotic wood species like bubinga, padauk, santos or mahogany and three years later the image still looks like that wood species," he says.
The bow I used to take my Manitoba whitetail was a 62-inch, 60-pound reflex/deflex design with a bubinga handle and yew limbs.
The Big Bull takedown is available in lengths of 56 to 60 inches, draw weights from 20 to 80 pounds, and your choice of bubinga or maple risers, as well as right or left-hand models.