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padauk

A hard, heavy wood, red with black stripes, from India; used in cabinetmaking and veneer.
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This casting of the wood by the coating reveals, as expected, an apparently less rough print for padouk than for pine.
Ecologix exports numerous varieties of African hardwood including Tali/Teak, Sipo/Mahogany, Padouk, Okan, Doussie, and others.
It is also predicted by the company that significant upside from the pre-salt play on the Mbeli and Ntsina blocks, and the Padouk Deep well is due to begin in February 2014.
TIME TO SELL: Johnny Dumfries WILLIAM THORNTON PHOTOGRAPHY; FAST LANE: Johnny in 1988 when he was a racing driver; RICH PICKINGS: Above, two of the rooms inside Dumfries House, main pic; Late George II parcel-gilt rosewood, padouk & sabicu breakfront bookcase pounds 2m to pounds 4m; Two late George II gilt wood Chippendale pier mirrors pounds 600,00 to pounds 4m; George II palm-wrapped mahogany bed pounds 300,000 - pounds 500,000; Set of 22 Scottish George II mahogany dining chairs pounds 400,000 - pounds 600,000