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Rambutan

W39944
$19.99
In Stock: 1
W39944 specs:
3 lbs. 19-3/4″ x 2-13/16″ x 7/8″

Southeast Asian Rambutan, Nephelium lappaceum, is a medium-sized tropical tree that grows within about 10 degrees of the Equator.   The fruit produced by the tree is also known as “Rambutan”. The earliest record of Rambutan trees show that they were cultivated by the Malayan jungle tribes around their temporary settlements. Rambutan trees grow to a height of 35-60 ft. producing boards that are 2-5 ft. long with widths of 2-8″.  The tree grows from sea level up to 1,600 ft. with best growth in deep soil; clay loam or sandy loam rich in organic matter, and thrives on hilly terrain as it requires good drainage. The wood is similar in color to Goncalo Alves and equally as dense and durable. It is perhaps a bit deeper in its orange color and has some pink or red colors as well. It can be found with a dense flame figure that rivals the nicest curly maple. Sharp blades are needed as the wood is extremely dense and tough. It is worth the effort as the high natural polish possible with this wood is very beautiful.

Fresh cut for logs aged from 2010. Considered freshly cut, most have lost up to 30% moisture.

 

W39955

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Rambutan

W39955
$69.99
In Stock: 1
W39955 specs:
9 lbs. 49-11/16″ x 4-11/16″ x 7/8″

Southeast Asian Rambutan, Nephelium lappaceum, is a medium-sized tropical tree that grows within about 10 degrees of the Equator.   The fruit produced by the tree is also known as “Rambutan”. The earliest record of Rambutan trees show that they were cultivated by the Malayan jungle tribes around their temporary settlements. Rambutan trees grow to a height of 35-60 ft. producing boards that are 2-5 ft. long with widths of 2-8″.  The tree grows from sea level up to 1,600 ft. with best growth in deep soil; clay loam or sandy loam rich in organic matter, and thrives on hilly terrain as it requires good drainage. The wood is similar in color to Goncalo Alves and equally as dense and durable. It is perhaps a bit deeper in its orange color and has some pink or red colors as well. It can be found with a dense flame figure that rivals the nicest curly maple. Sharp blades are needed as the wood is extremely dense and tough. It is worth the effort as the high natural polish possible with this wood is very beautiful.

Fresh cut for logs aged from 2010. Considered freshly cut, most have lost up to 30% moisture.

W39954

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Rambutan

W39954
$69.99
In Stock: 1
W39954 specs:
7 lbs. 47″ x 4-15/16″ x 7/8″

Southeast Asian Rambutan, Nephelium lappaceum, is a medium-sized tropical tree that grows within about 10 degrees of the Equator.   The fruit produced by the tree is also known as “Rambutan”. The earliest record of Rambutan trees show that they were cultivated by the Malayan jungle tribes around their temporary settlements. Rambutan trees grow to a height of 35-60 ft. producing boards that are 2-5 ft. long with widths of 2-8″.  The tree grows from sea level up to 1,600 ft. with best growth in deep soil; clay loam or sandy loam rich in organic matter, and thrives on hilly terrain as it requires good drainage. The wood is similar in color to Goncalo Alves and equally as dense and durable. It is perhaps a bit deeper in its orange color and has some pink or red colors as well. It can be found with a dense flame figure that rivals the nicest curly maple. Sharp blades are needed as the wood is extremely dense and tough. It is worth the effort as the high natural polish possible with this wood is very beautiful.

Fresh cut for logs aged from 2010. Considered freshly cut, most have lost up to 30% moisture.

W39953

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Rambutan

W39953
$54.99
In Stock: 1
W39953 specs:
7 lbs. 35-15/16″ x 5-1/16″ x 7/8″

Southeast Asian Rambutan, Nephelium lappaceum, is a medium-sized tropical tree that grows within about 10 degrees of the Equator.   The fruit produced by the tree is also known as “Rambutan”. The earliest record of Rambutan trees show that they were cultivated by the Malayan jungle tribes around their temporary settlements. Rambutan trees grow to a height of 35-60 ft. producing boards that are 2-5 ft. long with widths of 2-8″.  The tree grows from sea level up to 1,600 ft. with best growth in deep soil; clay loam or sandy loam rich in organic matter, and thrives on hilly terrain as it requires good drainage. The wood is similar in color to Goncalo Alves and equally as dense and durable. It is perhaps a bit deeper in its orange color and has some pink or red colors as well. It can be found with a dense flame figure that rivals the nicest curly maple. Sharp blades are needed as the wood is extremely dense and tough. It is worth the effort as the high natural polish possible with this wood is very beautiful.

Fresh cut for logs aged from 2010. Considered freshly cut, most have lost up to 30% moisture.

W39952

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Rambutan

W39952
$49.99
In Stock: 1
W39952 specs:
7 lbs. 37-1/4″ x 4-3/8″ x 7/8″

Southeast Asian Rambutan, Nephelium lappaceum, is a medium-sized tropical tree that grows within about 10 degrees of the Equator.   The fruit produced by the tree is also known as “Rambutan”. The earliest record of Rambutan trees show that they were cultivated by the Malayan jungle tribes around their temporary settlements. Rambutan trees grow to a height of 35-60 ft. producing boards that are 2-5 ft. long with widths of 2-8″.  The tree grows from sea level up to 1,600 ft. with best growth in deep soil; clay loam or sandy loam rich in organic matter, and thrives on hilly terrain as it requires good drainage. The wood is similar in color to Goncalo Alves and equally as dense and durable. It is perhaps a bit deeper in its orange color and has some pink or red colors as well. It can be found with a dense flame figure that rivals the nicest curly maple. Sharp blades are needed as the wood is extremely dense and tough. It is worth the effort as the high natural polish possible with this wood is very beautiful.

Fresh cut for logs aged from 2010. Considered freshly cut, most have lost up to 30% moisture.

W39951

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Rambutan

W39951
$79.99
In Stock: 1
W39951 specs:
10 lbs. 37-7/16″ x 7-1/16″ x 7/8″

Southeast Asian Rambutan, Nephelium lappaceum, is a medium-sized tropical tree that grows within about 10 degrees of the Equator.   The fruit produced by the tree is also known as “Rambutan”. The earliest record of Rambutan trees show that they were cultivated by the Malayan jungle tribes around their temporary settlements. Rambutan trees grow to a height of 35-60 ft. producing boards that are 2-5 ft. long with widths of 2-8″.  The tree grows from sea level up to 1,600 ft. with best growth in deep soil; clay loam or sandy loam rich in organic matter, and thrives on hilly terrain as it requires good drainage. The wood is similar in color to Goncalo Alves and equally as dense and durable. It is perhaps a bit deeper in its orange color and has some pink or red colors as well. It can be found with a dense flame figure that rivals the nicest curly maple. Sharp blades are needed as the wood is extremely dense and tough. It is worth the effort as the high natural polish possible with this wood is very beautiful.

Fresh cut for logs aged from 2010. Considered freshly cut, most have lost up to 30% moisture.

W39950

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Rambutan

W39950
$76.99
In Stock: 1
W39950 specs:
9 lbs. 33-3/8″ x 7-1/2″ x 7/8″

Southeast Asian Rambutan, Nephelium lappaceum, is a medium-sized tropical tree that grows within about 10 degrees of the Equator.   The fruit produced by the tree is also known as “Rambutan”. The earliest record of Rambutan trees show that they were cultivated by the Malayan jungle tribes around their temporary settlements. Rambutan trees grow to a height of 35-60 ft. producing boards that are 2-5 ft. long with widths of 2-8″.  The tree grows from sea level up to 1,600 ft. with best growth in deep soil; clay loam or sandy loam rich in organic matter, and thrives on hilly terrain as it requires good drainage. The wood is similar in color to Goncalo Alves and equally as dense and durable. It is perhaps a bit deeper in its orange color and has some pink or red colors as well. It can be found with a dense flame figure that rivals the nicest curly maple. Sharp blades are needed as the wood is extremely dense and tough. It is worth the effort as the high natural polish possible with this wood is very beautiful.

Fresh cut for logs aged from 2010. Considered freshly cut, most have lost up to 30% moisture.

W39949

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Rambutan

W39949
$79.99
In Stock: 1
W39949 specs:
9 lbs. 32-1/4″ x 8-1/16″ down to 7-15/16″ x 7/8″

Southeast Asian Rambutan, Nephelium lappaceum, is a medium-sized tropical tree that grows within about 10 degrees of the Equator.   The fruit produced by the tree is also known as “Rambutan”. The earliest record of Rambutan trees show that they were cultivated by the Malayan jungle tribes around their temporary settlements. Rambutan trees grow to a height of 35-60 ft. producing boards that are 2-5 ft. long with widths of 2-8″.  The tree grows from sea level up to 1,600 ft. with best growth in deep soil; clay loam or sandy loam rich in organic matter, and thrives on hilly terrain as it requires good drainage. The wood is similar in color to Goncalo Alves and equally as dense and durable. It is perhaps a bit deeper in its orange color and has some pink or red colors as well. It can be found with a dense flame figure that rivals the nicest curly maple. Sharp blades are needed as the wood is extremely dense and tough. It is worth the effort as the high natural polish possible with this wood is very beautiful.

Fresh cut for logs aged from 2010. Considered freshly cut, most have lost up to 30% moisture.

W39948

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Rambutan

W39948
$49.99
In Stock: 1
W39948 specs:
6 lbs. 27″ x 5-7/8″ x 15/16″

Southeast Asian Rambutan, Nephelium lappaceum, is a medium-sized tropical tree that grows within about 10 degrees of the Equator.   The fruit produced by the tree is also known as “Rambutan”. The earliest record of Rambutan trees show that they were cultivated by the Malayan jungle tribes around their temporary settlements. Rambutan trees grow to a height of 35-60 ft. producing boards that are 2-5 ft. long with widths of 2-8″.  The tree grows from sea level up to 1,600 ft. with best growth in deep soil; clay loam or sandy loam rich in organic matter, and thrives on hilly terrain as it requires good drainage. The wood is similar in color to Goncalo Alves and equally as dense and durable. It is perhaps a bit deeper in its orange color and has some pink or red colors as well. It can be found with a dense flame figure that rivals the nicest curly maple. Sharp blades are needed as the wood is extremely dense and tough. It is worth the effort as the high natural polish possible with this wood is very beautiful.

Fresh cut for logs aged from 2010. Considered freshly cut, most have lost up to 30% moisture.

W39947

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Rambutan

W39947
$29.99
In Stock: 1
W39947 specs:
5 lbs. 24-1/16″ x 4-3/8″ down to 4″ x 7/8″

Southeast Asian Rambutan, Nephelium lappaceum, is a medium-sized tropical tree that grows within about 10 degrees of the Equator.   The fruit produced by the tree is also known as “Rambutan”. The earliest record of Rambutan trees show that they were cultivated by the Malayan jungle tribes around their temporary settlements. Rambutan trees grow to a height of 35-60 ft. producing boards that are 2-5 ft. long with widths of 2-8″.  The tree grows from sea level up to 1,600 ft. with best growth in deep soil; clay loam or sandy loam rich in organic matter, and thrives on hilly terrain as it requires good drainage. The wood is similar in color to Goncalo Alves and equally as dense and durable. It is perhaps a bit deeper in its orange color and has some pink or red colors as well. It can be found with a dense flame figure that rivals the nicest curly maple. Sharp blades are needed as the wood is extremely dense and tough. It is worth the effort as the high natural polish possible with this wood is very beautiful.

Fresh cut for logs aged from 2010. Considered freshly cut, most have lost up to 30% moisture.

W39946

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Rambutan

W39946
$29.99
In Stock: 1
W39946 specs:
4 lbs. 23-15/16″ x 3-7/8″ down to 3-1/4″ x 7/8″

Southeast Asian Rambutan, Nephelium lappaceum, is a medium-sized tropical tree that grows within about 10 degrees of the Equator.   The fruit produced by the tree is also known as “Rambutan”. The earliest record of Rambutan trees show that they were cultivated by the Malayan jungle tribes around their temporary settlements. Rambutan trees grow to a height of 35-60 ft. producing boards that are 2-5 ft. long with widths of 2-8″.  The tree grows from sea level up to 1,600 ft. with best growth in deep soil; clay loam or sandy loam rich in organic matter, and thrives on hilly terrain as it requires good drainage. The wood is similar in color to Goncalo Alves and equally as dense and durable. It is perhaps a bit deeper in its orange color and has some pink or red colors as well. It can be found with a dense flame figure that rivals the nicest curly maple. Sharp blades are needed as the wood is extremely dense and tough. It is worth the effort as the high natural polish possible with this wood is very beautiful.

Fresh cut for logs aged from 2010. Considered freshly cut, most have lost up to 30% moisture.

W39945

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Rambutan

W39945
$27.99
In Stock: 1
W39945 specs:
4 lbs. 22″ x 4-3/16″ down to 4″ x 7/8″

Southeast Asian Rambutan, Nephelium lappaceum, is a medium-sized tropical tree that grows within about 10 degrees of the Equator.   The fruit produced by the tree is also known as “Rambutan”. The earliest record of Rambutan trees show that they were cultivated by the Malayan jungle tribes around their temporary settlements. Rambutan trees grow to a height of 35-60 ft. producing boards that are 2-5 ft. long with widths of 2-8″.  The tree grows from sea level up to 1,600 ft. with best growth in deep soil; clay loam or sandy loam rich in organic matter, and thrives on hilly terrain as it requires good drainage. The wood is similar in color to Goncalo Alves and equally as dense and durable. It is perhaps a bit deeper in its orange color and has some pink or red colors as well. It can be found with a dense flame figure that rivals the nicest curly maple. Sharp blades are needed as the wood is extremely dense and tough. It is worth the effort as the high natural polish possible with this wood is very beautiful.

Fresh cut for logs aged from 2010. Considered freshly cut, most have lost up to 30% moisture.

W39943

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Mexican Bocote 3 Pack

W39943
$29.99
In Stock: 1
Specs of 1st:
12-1/8″ x 2-3/4″ x 3/4″
Specs of 2nd:
11″ x 3-1/16″ x 3/4″
Specs of 3rd:
11-3/4″ x 2-7/16″ x 3/4″
Weight:
4 lbs.

Bocote (Cordia eleagnoides) is a small tree that typically produces lumber that is 3-7′ long by 3-6″ wide by 1-2″ thick. It is logged by hand with mules in a selective cutting method in Southern Mexico that is very sustainable and responsible. Bocote is related to Ziricote and possesses some similar characteristics including black lines, density, and overall appearance. Occasionally boards will have Birdseye figure, beautiful swirling patterns, and/or good variegation. Yellows fade to brown while blacks remain. The wood is exceptional to turn, with a natural silky smooth polish that is easily attainable.

Classic Mexican Bocote. Kiln dried and surfaced on 2 sides. Great colors, may have small end check on edge.

 

W39942

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Mexican Bocote 2 Pack

W39942
$25.99
In Stock: 1
Specs of 1st:
12′ x 3-15/16″ x 3/4″
Specs of 2nd:
12-11/16″ x 3-1/2″ x 3/4″
Weight:
4 lbs.

Bocote (Cordia eleagnoides) is a small tree that typically produces lumber that is 3-7′ long by 3-6″ wide by 1-2″ thick. It is logged by hand with mules in a selective cutting method in Southern Mexico that is very sustainable and responsible. Bocote is related to Ziricote and possesses some similar characteristics including black lines, density, and overall appearance. Occasionally boards will have Birdseye figure, beautiful swirling patterns, and/or good variegation. Yellows fade to brown while blacks remain. The wood is exceptional to turn, with a natural silky smooth polish that is easily attainable.

Classic Mexican Bocote. Kiln dried and surfaced on 2 sides. Great colors, may have small end check on edge.

 

W39083

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Honduran Mahogany 2 Pack

W39083
$49.99
In Stock: 1
W39083 specs:
7 lbs. 22″ x 2-7/8″ x 2-7/8″

One of the most renowned woods Worldwide, Mahogany’s rich colors and warm tones stand alone for projects such as furniture & stringed instruments. This hardwood machines easily & finishes well. Genuine Honduras Mahogany – Swietenia macrophylla from Central America with warm honey/brown colors. Often this hardwood has exceptional fiddle back and/or plum pudding figure. Please see photos for the particular patterns in each piece. Cannot ship outside of the USA.  Kiln dried and surfaced on two sides.

A shallow surface check may be present on about 10% of the blanks.  This will easily turn away if used to make bowls, peppermills, etc.  All of the wood is kiln dried, surfaced on two sides and ready to use. It is wax sealed to ensure quality during shipping. We can only ship to the USA due to Cites restrictions.