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Brazilian Tulip

W37385
$36.50
In Stock: 1
W37385 specs:
3 lbs. 28″ x 1-1/2″ x 13/16″

Brazilian Tulip, Dalbergia decepularis, is also called Jacaranda, Bahia Rosewood, Pink wood, Jacaranda Rosa, and Bois de Rose.  Tulip Rosewood is a small tree (shrub) that averages 2-10″ in diameter without sapwood.  Most billets are 3-5″ in diameter before milling.  This is a rare species and is only found in small 1″ thick lumber, small turning sizes, or veneer and is not plentiful in any.  Weighing about 60 pounds per cubic foot, the wood is dense and takes a very nice polish.  Tulip is prone to splitting when drilling holes for pens so use a sharp bit, letting the bit cut without forcing it into the end grain.  Tulip is used for fine articles including cutlery, turning, jewelry boxes, pistol grips, knives, and pens.

This exceptional Tulip has delightful reds, pinks, and yellows throughout. Each board has been expertly cut from larger billets to ensure the highest quality.  This some of the most colorful tulipwood we have had in 16 years!  A small check, small end check, ½” sound knot, or rough corner edge may be present in only a few boards. A minor pin hole may be present in a few boards. All boards are kiln dried and ready to use.  Some boards are surfaced while others have smooth band sawn faces.

Quarter sawn with light figure in areas.

W37384

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Brazilian Tulip

W37384
$54.99
In Stock: 1
W37384 specs:
3 lbs. 31-7/8″ x 1-3/4″ x 7/8″

Brazilian Tulip, Dalbergia decepularis, is also called Jacaranda, Bahia Rosewood, Pink wood, Jacaranda Rosa, and Bois de Rose.  Tulip Rosewood is a small tree (shrub) that averages 2-10″ in diameter without sapwood.  Most billets are 3-5″ in diameter before milling.  This is a rare species and is only found in small 1″ thick lumber, small turning sizes, or veneer and is not plentiful in any.  Weighing about 60 pounds per cubic foot, the wood is dense and takes a very nice polish.  Tulip is prone to splitting when drilling holes for pens so use a sharp bit, letting the bit cut without forcing it into the end grain.  Tulip is used for fine articles including cutlery, turning, jewelry boxes, pistol grips, knives, and pens.

This exceptional Tulip has delightful reds, pinks, and yellows throughout. Each board has been expertly cut from larger billets to ensure the highest quality.  This some of the most colorful tulipwood we have had in 16 years!  A small check, small end check, ½” sound knot, or rough corner edge may be present in only a few boards. A minor pin hole may be present in a few boards. All boards are kiln dried and ready to use.  Some boards are surfaced while others have smooth band sawn faces.

Quarter sawn.

W37383

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Brazilian Tulip

W37383
$29.99
In Stock: 1
W37383 specs:
3 lbs. 16″ x 2-1/8″ x 7/8″

Brazilian Tulip, Dalbergia decepularis, is also called Jacaranda, Bahia Rosewood, Pink wood, Jacaranda Rosa, and Bois de Rose.  Tulip Rosewood is a small tree (shrub) that averages 2-10″ in diameter without sapwood.  Most billets are 3-5″ in diameter before milling.  This is a rare species and is only found in small 1″ thick lumber, small turning sizes, or veneer and is not plentiful in any.  Weighing about 60 pounds per cubic foot, the wood is dense and takes a very nice polish.  Tulip is prone to splitting when drilling holes for pens so use a sharp bit, letting the bit cut without forcing it into the end grain.  Tulip is used for fine articles including cutlery, turning, jewelry boxes, pistol grips, knives, and pens.

This exceptional Tulip has delightful reds, pinks, and yellows throughout. Each board has been expertly cut from larger billets to ensure the highest quality.  This some of the most colorful tulipwood we have had in 16 years!  A small check, small end check, ½” sound knot, or rough corner edge may be present in only a few boards. A minor pin hole may be present in a few boards. All boards are kiln dried and ready to use.  Some boards are surfaced while others have smooth band sawn faces.

Hairline surface check on numbered face.

W37382

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Brazilian Tulip

W37382
$54.99
In Stock: 1
W37382 specs:
4 lbs. 32-3/8″ x 1-3/4″ x 1-1/4″

Brazilian Tulip, Dalbergia decepularis, is also called Jacaranda, Bahia Rosewood, Pink wood, Jacaranda Rosa, and Bois de Rose.  Tulip Rosewood is a small tree (shrub) that averages 2-10″ in diameter without sapwood.  Most billets are 3-5″ in diameter before milling.  This is a rare species and is only found in small 1″ thick lumber, small turning sizes, or veneer and is not plentiful in any.  Weighing about 60 pounds per cubic foot, the wood is dense and takes a very nice polish.  Tulip is prone to splitting when drilling holes for pens so use a sharp bit, letting the bit cut without forcing it into the end grain.  Tulip is used for fine articles including cutlery, turning, jewelry boxes, pistol grips, knives, and pens.

This exceptional Tulip has delightful reds, pinks, and yellows throughout. Each board has been expertly cut from larger billets to ensure the highest quality.  This some of the most colorful tulipwood we have had in 16 years!  A small check, small end check, ½” sound knot, or rough corner edge may be present in only a few boards. A minor pin hole may be present in a few boards. All boards are kiln dried and ready to use.  Some boards are surfaced while others have smooth band sawn faces.

Rough corner edge. One penetrating pin hole and a couple small checks.

W37381

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Brazilian Tulip

W37381
$54.99
In Stock: 1
W37381 specs:
4 lbs. 24-1/4″ x 2-15/16″ (down to 2-11/16″) x 15/16″

Brazilian Tulip, Dalbergia decepularis, is also called Jacaranda, Bahia Rosewood, Pink wood, Jacaranda Rosa, and Bois de Rose.  Tulip Rosewood is a small tree (shrub) that averages 2-10″ in diameter without sapwood.  Most billets are 3-5″ in diameter before milling.  This is a rare species and is only found in small 1″ thick lumber, small turning sizes, or veneer and is not plentiful in any.  Weighing about 60 pounds per cubic foot, the wood is dense and takes a very nice polish.  Tulip is prone to splitting when drilling holes for pens so use a sharp bit, letting the bit cut without forcing it into the end grain.  Tulip is used for fine articles including cutlery, turning, jewelry boxes, pistol grips, knives, and pens.

This exceptional Tulip has delightful reds, pinks, and yellows throughout. Each board has been expertly cut from larger billets to ensure the highest quality.  This some of the most colorful tulipwood we have had in 16 years!  A small check, small end check, ½” sound knot, or rough corner edge may be present in only a few boards. A minor pin hole may be present in a few boards. All boards are kiln dried and ready to use.  Some boards are surfaced while others have smooth band sawn faces.

Several surface checks on sapwood face in the sapwood area only.

W37380

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Brazilian Tulip

W37380
$35.99
In Stock: 1
W37380 specs:
3 lbs. 16-1/4″ x 3-1/8″ x 13/16″

Brazilian Tulip, Dalbergia decepularis, is also called Jacaranda, Bahia Rosewood, Pink wood, Jacaranda Rosa, and Bois de Rose.  Tulip Rosewood is a small tree (shrub) that averages 2-10″ in diameter without sapwood.  Most billets are 3-5″ in diameter before milling.  This is a rare species and is only found in small 1″ thick lumber, small turning sizes, or veneer and is not plentiful in any.  Weighing about 60 pounds per cubic foot, the wood is dense and takes a very nice polish.  Tulip is prone to splitting when drilling holes for pens so use a sharp bit, letting the bit cut without forcing it into the end grain.  Tulip is used for fine articles including cutlery, turning, jewelry boxes, pistol grips, knives, and pens.

This exceptional Tulip has delightful reds, pinks, and yellows throughout. Each board has been expertly cut from larger billets to ensure the highest quality.  This some of the most colorful tulipwood we have had in 16 years!  A small check, small end check, ½” sound knot, or rough corner edge may be present in only a few boards. A minor pin hole may be present in a few boards. All boards are kiln dried and ready to use.  Some boards are surfaced while others have smooth band sawn faces.

W37379

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Brazilian Tulip

W37379
$184.99
In Stock: 1
W37379 specs:
7 lbs. 36-7/8″ x 3-3/8″ (down to 2-5/8″ x 1-3/8″

Brazilian Tulip, Dalbergia decepularis, is also called Jacaranda, Bahia Rosewood, Pink wood, Jacaranda Rosa, and Bois de Rose.  Tulip Rosewood is a small tree (shrub) that averages 2-10″ in diameter without sapwood.  Most billets are 3-5″ in diameter before milling.  This is a rare species and is only found in small 1″ thick lumber, small turning sizes, or veneer and is not plentiful in any.  Weighing about 60 pounds per cubic foot, the wood is dense and takes a very nice polish.  Tulip is prone to splitting when drilling holes for pens so use a sharp bit, letting the bit cut without forcing it into the end grain.  Tulip is used for fine articles including cutlery, turning, jewelry boxes, pistol grips, knives, and pens.

This exceptional Tulip has delightful reds, pinks, and yellows throughout. Each board has been expertly cut from larger billets to ensure the highest quality.  This some of the most colorful tulipwood we have had in 16 years!  A small check, small end check, ½” sound knot, or rough corner edge may be present in only a few boards. A minor pin hole may be present in a few boards. All boards are kiln dried and ready to use.  Some boards are surfaced while others have smooth band sawn faces.

Slight rounded edges on one face.

W37378

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Brazilian Tulip

W37378
$59.99
In Stock: 1
W37378 specs:
4 lbs. 23-1/4″ x 2″ x 1-5/16″

Brazilian Tulip, Dalbergia decepularis, is also called Jacaranda, Bahia Rosewood, Pink wood, Jacaranda Rosa, and Bois de Rose.  Tulip Rosewood is a small tree (shrub) that averages 2-10″ in diameter without sapwood.  Most billets are 3-5″ in diameter before milling.  This is a rare species and is only found in small 1″ thick lumber, small turning sizes, or veneer and is not plentiful in any.  Weighing about 60 pounds per cubic foot, the wood is dense and takes a very nice polish.  Tulip is prone to splitting when drilling holes for pens so use a sharp bit, letting the bit cut without forcing it into the end grain.  Tulip is used for fine articles including cutlery, turning, jewelry boxes, pistol grips, knives, and pens.

This exceptional Tulip has delightful reds, pinks, and yellows throughout. Each board has been expertly cut from larger billets to ensure the highest quality.  This some of the most colorful tulipwood we have had in 16 years!  A small check, small end check, ½” sound knot, or rough corner edge may be present in only a few boards. A minor pin hole may be present in a few boards. All boards are kiln dried and ready to use.  Some boards are surfaced while others have smooth band sawn faces.

W37377

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Brazilian Tulip

W37377
$42.50
In Stock: 1
W37377 specs:
3 lbs. 14-5/8″ x 3-1/2″ x 3/4″

Brazilian Tulip, Dalbergia decepularis, is also called Jacaranda, Bahia Rosewood, Pink wood, Jacaranda Rosa, and Bois de Rose.  Tulip Rosewood is a small tree (shrub) that averages 2-10″ in diameter without sapwood.  Most billets are 3-5″ in diameter before milling.  This is a rare species and is only found in small 1″ thick lumber, small turning sizes, or veneer and is not plentiful in any.  Weighing about 60 pounds per cubic foot, the wood is dense and takes a very nice polish.  Tulip is prone to splitting when drilling holes for pens so use a sharp bit, letting the bit cut without forcing it into the end grain.  Tulip is used for fine articles including cutlery, turning, jewelry boxes, pistol grips, knives, and pens.

This exceptional Tulip has delightful reds, pinks, and yellows throughout. Each board has been expertly cut from larger billets to ensure the highest quality.  This some of the most colorful tulipwood we have had in 16 years!  A small check, small end check, ½” sound knot, or rough corner edge may be present in only a few boards. A minor pin hole may be present in a few boards. All boards are kiln dried and ready to use.  Some boards are surfaced while others have smooth band sawn faces.

W37376

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Brazilian Tulip

W37376
$97.99
In Stock: 1
W37376 specs:
5 lbs. 24-3/4″ x 4-1/4″ (down to 3-3/16″) x 13/16″

Brazilian Tulip, Dalbergia decepularis, is also called Jacaranda, Bahia Rosewood, Pink wood, Jacaranda Rosa, and Bois de Rose.  Tulip Rosewood is a small tree (shrub) that averages 2-10″ in diameter without sapwood.  Most billets are 3-5″ in diameter before milling.  This is a rare species and is only found in small 1″ thick lumber, small turning sizes, or veneer and is not plentiful in any.  Weighing about 60 pounds per cubic foot, the wood is dense and takes a very nice polish.  Tulip is prone to splitting when drilling holes for pens so use a sharp bit, letting the bit cut without forcing it into the end grain.  Tulip is used for fine articles including cutlery, turning, jewelry boxes, pistol grips, knives, and pens.

This exceptional Tulip has delightful reds, pinks, and yellows throughout. Each board has been expertly cut from larger billets to ensure the highest quality.  This some of the most colorful tulipwood we have had in 16 years!  A small check, small end check, ½” sound knot, or rough corner edge may be present in only a few boards. A minor pin hole may be present in a few boards. All boards are kiln dried and ready to use.  Some boards are surfaced while others have smooth band sawn faces.

Light figure.

W37375

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Brazilian Tulip

W37375
$39.99
In Stock: 1
W37375 specs:
3 lbs. 36-1/4″ x 1-1/4″ x 7/8″

Brazilian Tulip, Dalbergia decepularis, is also called Jacaranda, Bahia Rosewood, Pink wood, Jacaranda Rosa, and Bois de Rose.  Tulip Rosewood is a small tree (shrub) that averages 2-10″ in diameter without sapwood.  Most billets are 3-5″ in diameter before milling.  This is a rare species and is only found in small 1″ thick lumber, small turning sizes, or veneer and is not plentiful in any.  Weighing about 60 pounds per cubic foot, the wood is dense and takes a very nice polish.  Tulip is prone to splitting when drilling holes for pens so use a sharp bit, letting the bit cut without forcing it into the end grain.  Tulip is used for fine articles including cutlery, turning, jewelry boxes, pistol grips, knives, and pens.

This exceptional Tulip has delightful reds, pinks, and yellows throughout. Each board has been expertly cut from larger billets to ensure the highest quality.  This some of the most colorful tulipwood we have had in 16 years!  A small check, small end check, ½” sound knot, or rough corner edge may be present in only a few boards. A minor pin hole may be present in a few boards. All boards are kiln dried and ready to use.  Some boards are surfaced while others have smooth band sawn faces.

W37374

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Brazilian Tulip

W37374
$34.99
In Stock: 1
W37374 specs:
3 lbs. 26-3/16″ x 2″ x 13/16″

Brazilian Tulip, Dalbergia decepularis, is also called Jacaranda, Bahia Rosewood, Pink wood, Jacaranda Rosa, and Bois de Rose.  Tulip Rosewood is a small tree (shrub) that averages 2-10″ in diameter without sapwood.  Most billets are 3-5″ in diameter before milling.  This is a rare species and is only found in small 1″ thick lumber, small turning sizes, or veneer and is not plentiful in any.  Weighing about 60 pounds per cubic foot, the wood is dense and takes a very nice polish.  Tulip is prone to splitting when drilling holes for pens so use a sharp bit, letting the bit cut without forcing it into the end grain.  Tulip is used for fine articles including cutlery, turning, jewelry boxes, pistol grips, knives, and pens.

This exceptional Tulip has delightful reds, pinks, and yellows throughout. Each board has been expertly cut from larger billets to ensure the highest quality.  This some of the most colorful tulipwood we have had in 16 years!  A small check, small end check, ½” sound knot, or rough corner edge may be present in only a few boards. A minor pin hole may be present in a few boards. All boards are kiln dried and ready to use.  Some boards are surfaced while others have smooth band sawn faces.

W37373

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Brazilian Tulip

W37373
$34.99
In Stock: 1
W37373 specs:
3 lbs. 30-1/16″ x 1-1/4″ x 7/8″

Brazilian Tulip, Dalbergia decepularis, is also called Jacaranda, Bahia Rosewood, Pink wood, Jacaranda Rosa, and Bois de Rose.  Tulip Rosewood is a small tree (shrub) that averages 2-10″ in diameter without sapwood.  Most billets are 3-5″ in diameter before milling.  This is a rare species and is only found in small 1″ thick lumber, small turning sizes, or veneer and is not plentiful in any.  Weighing about 60 pounds per cubic foot, the wood is dense and takes a very nice polish.  Tulip is prone to splitting when drilling holes for pens so use a sharp bit, letting the bit cut without forcing it into the end grain.  Tulip is used for fine articles including cutlery, turning, jewelry boxes, pistol grips, knives, and pens.

This exceptional Tulip has delightful reds, pinks, and yellows throughout. Each board has been expertly cut from larger billets to ensure the highest quality.  This some of the most colorful tulipwood we have had in 16 years!  A small check, small end check, ½” sound knot, or rough corner edge may be present in only a few boards. A minor pin hole may be present in a few boards. All boards are kiln dried and ready to use.  Some boards are surfaced while others have smooth band sawn faces.

W37372

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Brazilian Tulip

W37372
$39.99
In Stock: 1
W37372 specs:
3 lbs. 28-1/8″ x 1-7/8″ x 13/16″

Brazilian Tulip, Dalbergia decepularis, is also called Jacaranda, Bahia Rosewood, Pink wood, Jacaranda Rosa, and Bois de Rose.  Tulip Rosewood is a small tree (shrub) that averages 2-10″ in diameter without sapwood.  Most billets are 3-5″ in diameter before milling.  This is a rare species and is only found in small 1″ thick lumber, small turning sizes, or veneer and is not plentiful in any.  Weighing about 60 pounds per cubic foot, the wood is dense and takes a very nice polish.  Tulip is prone to splitting when drilling holes for pens so use a sharp bit, letting the bit cut without forcing it into the end grain.  Tulip is used for fine articles including cutlery, turning, jewelry boxes, pistol grips, knives, and pens.

This exceptional Tulip has delightful reds, pinks, and yellows throughout. Each board has been expertly cut from larger billets to ensure the highest quality.  This some of the most colorful tulipwood we have had in 16 years!  A small check, small end check, ½” sound knot, or rough corner edge may be present in only a few boards. A minor pin hole may be present in a few boards. All boards are kiln dried and ready to use.  Some boards are surfaced while others have smooth band sawn faces.

Sount knot is present.

W37371

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Brazilian Tulip

W37371
$34.99
In Stock: 1
W37371 specs:
3 lbs. 26-13/16″ x 2″ (down to 1-3/4) x 13/16″

Brazilian Tulip, Dalbergia decepularis, is also called Jacaranda, Bahia Rosewood, Pink wood, Jacaranda Rosa, and Bois de Rose.  Tulip Rosewood is a small tree (shrub) that averages 2-10″ in diameter without sapwood.  Most billets are 3-5″ in diameter before milling.  This is a rare species and is only found in small 1″ thick lumber, small turning sizes, or veneer and is not plentiful in any.  Weighing about 60 pounds per cubic foot, the wood is dense and takes a very nice polish.  Tulip is prone to splitting when drilling holes for pens so use a sharp bit, letting the bit cut without forcing it into the end grain.  Tulip is used for fine articles including cutlery, turning, jewelry boxes, pistol grips, knives, and pens.

This exceptional Tulip has delightful reds, pinks, and yellows throughout. Each board has been expertly cut from larger billets to ensure the highest quality.  This some of the most colorful tulipwood we have had in 16 years!  A small check, small end check, ½” sound knot, or rough corner edge may be present in only a few boards. A minor pin hole may be present in a few boards. All boards are kiln dried and ready to use.  Some boards are surfaced while others have smooth band sawn faces.