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Mexican Cocobolo

W38668
$57.99
In Stock: 1
W38668 specs:
4 lbs. 30″ x 2-1/16″ x 13/16″

Cocobolo, Dalbergia retusa, grows on a thin band along the Pacific Coast of Mexico down through Central America. Our stock is selectively cut and logged by hand in Mexico, squared by chainsaw, and drug out of the forest by Mules. This is a very environmentally low impact procedure. Cocobolo is a true Rosewood, similar in color & tap tone to Brazilian Rosewood and considered to be a good substitute. It is denser than most Rosewoods and oilier. For best results in gluing, epoxy is recommended. Cocobolo has great working properties & turns to a naturally high polish. The colors range from any combination of orange, red, yellow, & black to violet. For this reason, it has also been called rainbow wood.

Kiln dried and surfaced on two sides. There may be an occasional pin or bug hole. Boards are 90% clean on the best face/edge and 70% or better on the opposite face/edge (incursions, 1-3” checks, rough/tapered edges). Some pieces have great color!

W38669

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Mexican Cocobolo

W38669
$39.99
In Stock: 1
W38669 specs:
4 lbs. 30″ x 2″ x 7/8″

Cocobolo, Dalbergia retusa, grows on a thin band along the Pacific Coast of Mexico down through Central America. Our stock is selectively cut and logged by hand in Mexico, squared by chainsaw, and drug out of the forest by Mules. This is a very environmentally low impact procedure. Cocobolo is a true Rosewood, similar in color & tap tone to Brazilian Rosewood and considered to be a good substitute. It is denser than most Rosewoods and oilier. For best results in gluing, epoxy is recommended. Cocobolo has great working properties & turns to a naturally high polish. The colors range from any combination of orange, red, yellow, & black to violet. For this reason, it has also been called rainbow wood.

Kiln dried and surfaced on two sides. There may be an occasional pin or bug hole. Boards are 90% clean on the best face/edge and 70% or better on the opposite face/edge (incursions, 1-3” checks, rough/tapered edges). Some pieces have great color!

W38670

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Mexican Cocobolo

W38670
$64.99
In Stock: 1
W38670 specs:
4 lbs. 30-1/16″ x 2″ x 3/4″

Cocobolo, Dalbergia retusa, grows on a thin band along the Pacific Coast of Mexico down through Central America. Our stock is selectively cut and logged by hand in Mexico, squared by chainsaw, and drug out of the forest by Mules. This is a very environmentally low impact procedure. Cocobolo is a true Rosewood, similar in color & tap tone to Brazilian Rosewood and considered to be a good substitute. It is denser than most Rosewoods and oilier. For best results in gluing, epoxy is recommended. Cocobolo has great working properties & turns to a naturally high polish. The colors range from any combination of orange, red, yellow, & black to violet. For this reason, it has also been called rainbow wood.

Kiln dried and surfaced on two sides. There may be an occasional pin or bug hole. Boards are 90% clean on the best face/edge and 70% or better on the opposite face/edge (incursions, 1-3” checks, rough/tapered edges). Some pieces have great color!

W38671

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Mexican Cocobolo

W38671
$42.50
In Stock: 1
W38671 specs:
4 lbs. 30-3/8″ x 2″ x 13/16″

Cocobolo, Dalbergia retusa, grows on a thin band along the Pacific Coast of Mexico down through Central America. Our stock is selectively cut and logged by hand in Mexico, squared by chainsaw, and drug out of the forest by Mules. This is a very environmentally low impact procedure. Cocobolo is a true Rosewood, similar in color & tap tone to Brazilian Rosewood and considered to be a good substitute. It is denser than most Rosewoods and oilier. For best results in gluing, epoxy is recommended. Cocobolo has great working properties & turns to a naturally high polish. The colors range from any combination of orange, red, yellow, & black to violet. For this reason, it has also been called rainbow wood.

Kiln dried and surfaced on two sides. There may be an occasional pin or bug hole. Boards are 90% clean on the best face/edge and 70% or better on the opposite face/edge (incursions, 1-3” checks, rough/tapered edges). Some pieces have great color!

W38672

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Mexican Cocobolo

W38672
$69.99
In Stock: 1
W38672 specs:
4 lbs. 30-1/8″ x 2-1/8″ x 13/16″

Cocobolo, Dalbergia retusa, grows on a thin band along the Pacific Coast of Mexico down through Central America. Our stock is selectively cut and logged by hand in Mexico, squared by chainsaw, and drug out of the forest by Mules. This is a very environmentally low impact procedure. Cocobolo is a true Rosewood, similar in color & tap tone to Brazilian Rosewood and considered to be a good substitute. It is denser than most Rosewoods and oilier. For best results in gluing, epoxy is recommended. Cocobolo has great working properties & turns to a naturally high polish. The colors range from any combination of orange, red, yellow, & black to violet. For this reason, it has also been called rainbow wood.

Kiln dried and surfaced on two sides. There may be an occasional pin or bug hole. Boards are 90% clean on the best face/edge and 70% or better on the opposite face/edge (incursions, 1-3” checks, rough/tapered edges). Some pieces have great color!

W38673

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Mexican Cocobolo

W38673
$94.99
In Stock: 1
W38673 specs:
5 lbs. 29-7/8″ x 3″ x 13/16″

Cocobolo, Dalbergia retusa, grows on a thin band along the Pacific Coast of Mexico down through Central America. Our stock is selectively cut and logged by hand in Mexico, squared by chainsaw, and drug out of the forest by Mules. This is a very environmentally low impact procedure. Cocobolo is a true Rosewood, similar in color & tap tone to Brazilian Rosewood and considered to be a good substitute. It is denser than most Rosewoods and oilier. For best results in gluing, epoxy is recommended. Cocobolo has great working properties & turns to a naturally high polish. The colors range from any combination of orange, red, yellow, & black to violet. For this reason, it has also been called rainbow wood.

Kiln dried and surfaced on two sides. There may be an occasional pin or bug hole. Boards are 90% clean on the best face/edge and 70% or better on the opposite face/edge (incursions, 1-3” checks, rough/tapered edges). Some pieces have great color!

W38674

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Mexican Cocobolo

W38674
$47.99
In Stock: 1
W38674 specs:
4 lbs. 30-3/8″ x 2-1/16″ x 7/8″

Cocobolo, Dalbergia retusa, grows on a thin band along the Pacific Coast of Mexico down through Central America. Our stock is selectively cut and logged by hand in Mexico, squared by chainsaw, and drug out of the forest by Mules. This is a very environmentally low impact procedure. Cocobolo is a true Rosewood, similar in color & tap tone to Brazilian Rosewood and considered to be a good substitute. It is denser than most Rosewoods and oilier. For best results in gluing, epoxy is recommended. Cocobolo has great working properties & turns to a naturally high polish. The colors range from any combination of orange, red, yellow, & black to violet. For this reason, it has also been called rainbow wood.

Kiln dried and surfaced on two sides. There may be an occasional pin or bug hole. Boards are 90% clean on the best face/edge and 70% or better on the opposite face/edge (incursions, 1-3” checks, rough/tapered edges). Some pieces have great color!

W38675

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Mexican Cocobolo

W38675
$49.99
In Stock: 1
W38675 specs:
4 lbs. 30-1/4″ x 2″ x 7/8″

Cocobolo, Dalbergia retusa, grows on a thin band along the Pacific Coast of Mexico down through Central America. Our stock is selectively cut and logged by hand in Mexico, squared by chainsaw, and drug out of the forest by Mules. This is a very environmentally low impact procedure. Cocobolo is a true Rosewood, similar in color & tap tone to Brazilian Rosewood and considered to be a good substitute. It is denser than most Rosewoods and oilier. For best results in gluing, epoxy is recommended. Cocobolo has great working properties & turns to a naturally high polish. The colors range from any combination of orange, red, yellow, & black to violet. For this reason, it has also been called rainbow wood.

Kiln dried and surfaced on two sides. There may be an occasional pin or bug hole. Boards are 90% clean on the best face/edge and 70% or better on the opposite face/edge (incursions, 1-3” checks, rough/tapered edges). Some pieces have great color!

W38676

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Mexican Cocobolo

W38676
$47.99
In Stock: 1
W38676 specs:
4 lbs. 30-3/16″ x 2-1/8″ x 13/16″

Cocobolo, Dalbergia retusa, grows on a thin band along the Pacific Coast of Mexico down through Central America. Our stock is selectively cut and logged by hand in Mexico, squared by chainsaw, and drug out of the forest by Mules. This is a very environmentally low impact procedure. Cocobolo is a true Rosewood, similar in color & tap tone to Brazilian Rosewood and considered to be a good substitute. It is denser than most Rosewoods and oilier. For best results in gluing, epoxy is recommended. Cocobolo has great working properties & turns to a naturally high polish. The colors range from any combination of orange, red, yellow, & black to violet. For this reason, it has also been called rainbow wood.

Kiln dried and surfaced on two sides. There may be an occasional pin or bug hole. Boards are 90% clean on the best face/edge and 70% or better on the opposite face/edge (incursions, 1-3” checks, rough/tapered edges). Some pieces have great color!

W38659

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Mexican Cocobolo

W38659
$44.99
In Stock: 1
W38659 specs:
5 lbs. 32-3/16″ x 2″ x 13/16″

Cocobolo, Dalbergia retusa, grows on a thin band along the Pacific Coast of Mexico down through Central America. Our stock is selectively cut and logged by hand in Mexico, squared by chainsaw, and drug out of the forest by Mules. This is a very environmentally low impact procedure. Cocobolo is a true Rosewood, similar in color & tap tone to Brazilian Rosewood and considered to be a good substitute. It is denser than most Rosewoods and oilier. For best results in gluing, epoxy is recommended. Cocobolo has great working properties & turns to a naturally high polish. The colors range from any combination of orange, red, yellow, & black to violet. For this reason, it has also been called rainbow wood.

Kiln dried and surfaced on two sides. There may be an occasional pin or bug hole. Boards are 90% clean on the best face/edge and 70% or better on the opposite face/edge (incursions, 1-3” checks, rough/tapered edges). Some pieces have great color!

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W38660

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Mexican Cocobolo

W38660
$56.99
In Stock: 1
W38660 specs:
4 lbs. 36-1/4″ x 2-1/16″ x 7/8″

Cocobolo, Dalbergia retusa, grows on a thin band along the Pacific Coast of Mexico down through Central America. Our stock is selectively cut and logged by hand in Mexico, squared by chainsaw, and drug out of the forest by Mules. This is a very environmentally low impact procedure. Cocobolo is a true Rosewood, similar in color & tap tone to Brazilian Rosewood and considered to be a good substitute. It is denser than most Rosewoods and oilier. For best results in gluing, epoxy is recommended. Cocobolo has great working properties & turns to a naturally high polish. The colors range from any combination of orange, red, yellow, & black to violet. For this reason, it has also been called rainbow wood.

Kiln dried and surfaced on two sides. There may be an occasional pin or bug hole. Boards are 90% clean on the best face/edge and 70% or better on the opposite face/edge (incursions, 1-3” checks, rough/tapered edges). Some pieces have great color!

W38661

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Mexican Cocobolo

W38661
$49.99
In Stock: 1
W38661 specs:
4 lbs. 36-3/4″ x 1-15/16″ x 7/8″

Cocobolo, Dalbergia retusa, grows on a thin band along the Pacific Coast of Mexico down through Central America. Our stock is selectively cut and logged by hand in Mexico, squared by chainsaw, and drug out of the forest by Mules. This is a very environmentally low impact procedure. Cocobolo is a true Rosewood, similar in color & tap tone to Brazilian Rosewood and considered to be a good substitute. It is denser than most Rosewoods and oilier. For best results in gluing, epoxy is recommended. Cocobolo has great working properties & turns to a naturally high polish. The colors range from any combination of orange, red, yellow, & black to violet. For this reason, it has also been called rainbow wood.

Kiln dried and surfaced on two sides. There may be an occasional pin or bug hole. Boards are 90% clean on the best face/edge and 70% or better on the opposite face/edge (incursions, 1-3” checks, rough/tapered edges). Some pieces have great color!

W38662

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Mexican Cocobolo

W38662
$56.99
In Stock: 1
W38662 specs:
4 lbs. 36-1/16″ x 2-1/16″ x 7/8″

Cocobolo, Dalbergia retusa, grows on a thin band along the Pacific Coast of Mexico down through Central America. Our stock is selectively cut and logged by hand in Mexico, squared by chainsaw, and drug out of the forest by Mules. This is a very environmentally low impact procedure. Cocobolo is a true Rosewood, similar in color & tap tone to Brazilian Rosewood and considered to be a good substitute. It is denser than most Rosewoods and oilier. For best results in gluing, epoxy is recommended. Cocobolo has great working properties & turns to a naturally high polish. The colors range from any combination of orange, red, yellow, & black to violet. For this reason, it has also been called rainbow wood.

Kiln dried and surfaced on two sides. There may be an occasional pin or bug hole. Boards are 90% clean on the best face/edge and 70% or better on the opposite face/edge (incursions, 1-3” checks, rough/tapered edges). Some pieces have great color!

W38663

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Mexican Cocobolo

W38663
$49.99
In Stock: 1
W38663 specs:
4 lbs. 35-15/16″ x 2″ x 13/16″

Cocobolo, Dalbergia retusa, grows on a thin band along the Pacific Coast of Mexico down through Central America. Our stock is selectively cut and logged by hand in Mexico, squared by chainsaw, and drug out of the forest by Mules. This is a very environmentally low impact procedure. Cocobolo is a true Rosewood, similar in color & tap tone to Brazilian Rosewood and considered to be a good substitute. It is denser than most Rosewoods and oilier. For best results in gluing, epoxy is recommended. Cocobolo has great working properties & turns to a naturally high polish. The colors range from any combination of orange, red, yellow, & black to violet. For this reason, it has also been called rainbow wood.

Kiln dried and surfaced on two sides. There may be an occasional pin or bug hole. Boards are 90% clean on the best face/edge and 70% or better on the opposite face/edge (incursions, 1-3” checks, rough/tapered edges). Some pieces have great color!

W38664

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Mexican Cocobolo

W38664
$84.99
In Stock: 1
W38664 specs:
4 lbs. 36″ x 2-1/16″ x 13/16″

Cocobolo, Dalbergia retusa, grows on a thin band along the Pacific Coast of Mexico down through Central America. Our stock is selectively cut and logged by hand in Mexico, squared by chainsaw, and drug out of the forest by Mules. This is a very environmentally low impact procedure. Cocobolo is a true Rosewood, similar in color & tap tone to Brazilian Rosewood and considered to be a good substitute. It is denser than most Rosewoods and oilier. For best results in gluing, epoxy is recommended. Cocobolo has great working properties & turns to a naturally high polish. The colors range from any combination of orange, red, yellow, & black to violet. For this reason, it has also been called rainbow wood.

Kiln dried and surfaced on two sides. There may be an occasional pin or bug hole. Boards are 90% clean on the best face/edge and 70% or better on the opposite face/edge (incursions, 1-3” checks, rough/tapered edges). Some pieces have great color!