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Bookmatched Figured Rambutan Knife Scales

W38742
Was: $9.99
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W38742 specs:
1 lb. 5″ x 1 1/2″ x 3/8″

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.

W38741

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Bookmatched Figured Rambutan Knife Scales

W38741
Was: $9.99
Now: $8.99!
In Stock: 1
W38741 specs:
1 lb. 5″ x 1 1/2″ x 3/8″

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.

W38740

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Bookmatched Figured Rambutan Knife Scales

W38740
Was: $9.99
Now: $8.99!
In Stock: 1
W38740 specs:
1 lb. 5″ x 1 1/2″ x 3/8″

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.

W38739

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Bookmatched Figured Rambutan Knife Scales

W38739
Was: $9.99
Now: $8.99!
In Stock: 1
W38739 specs:
1 lb. 5″ x 1 1/2″ x 3/8″

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.

W38738

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Bookmatched Figured Rambutan Knife Scales

W38738
Was: $9.99
Now: $8.99!
In Stock: 1
W38738 specs:
1 lb. 5″ x 1 1/2″ x 3/8″

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.

W38736

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Bookmatched Figured Rambutan Knife Scales

W38736
Was: $9.99
Now: $8.99!
In Stock: 1
W38736 specs:
1 lb. 5″ x 1 1/2″ x 3/8″

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.

W38735

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Bookmatched Figured Rambutan Knife Scales

W38735
Was: $9.99
Now: $8.99!
In Stock: 1
W38735 specs:
1 lb. 5″ x 1 1/2″ x 3/8″

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.

W38734

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Bookmatched Figured Rambutan Knife Scales

W38734
Was: $9.99
Now: $8.99!
In Stock: 1
W38734 specs:
1 lb. 5″ x 1 1/2″ x 3/8″

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.

W38733

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Bookmatched Figured Rambutan Knife Scales

W38733
Was: $9.99
Now: $8.99!
In Stock: 1
W38733 specs:
1 lb. 5″ x 1 1/2″ x 3/8″

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.

W38732

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Bookmatched Figured Rambutan Knife Scales

W38732
Was: $9.99
Now: $8.99!
In Stock: 1
W38732 specs:
1 lb. 5″ x 1 1/2″ x 3/8″

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.

W38731

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Bookmatched Figured Rambutan Knife Scales

W38731
Was: $9.99
Now: $8.99!
In Stock: 1
W38731 specs:
1 lb. 5″ x 1 1/2″ x 3/8″

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.

W38730

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Bookmatched Figured Rambutan Knife Scales

W38730
Was: $9.99
Now: $8.99!
In Stock: 1
W38730 specs:
1 lb. 5″ x 1 1/2″ x 3/8″

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.

W38729

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Bookmatched Madrone Burl Knife Scales

W38729
Was: $29.99
Now: $26.99!
In Stock: 1
W38729 specs:
1 lb. 5″ x 1 1/2″ x 3/8″

Madrone is known as Strawberry tree, Madrona, or Madrone burl.  This is a unique Pacific hardwood that has pink & tan colors with an occasional red streak. Our Madrone blanks are highly burled & figured. Through our proprietary process, the wood has been pressure cooked to relieve tension and then partially air dried.  These pieces are ideal for gallery grade projects and high end woodworking as well as Bass and Electric guitars.
Trees are typically 10” up to 30” diameter and between 40-70’ tall.  Trunks are smooth as silk due to the tree shedding its bark continually.  Logs are rarely straight so lumber over 10’ long is a rarity.  Random trees growing in mixed stands of Douglas fir produce the best lumber as the trunk is long and relatively strait.  Trees in the open are much more bushy with many limbs that will not produce good lumber.  Burls grow almost exclusively underground and must be dug up sometimes by hand and then pressure cooked and milled.  Many Madrone trees grow in areas that have many rocks so our sawyers have their hands full milling around the rocks and dirt pockets that are present in every burl.  This is expensive due to the large number of saw blades that are destroyed and the large amount of labor milling this.

Dry and ready to use. These have all been pressure cooked and kiln dried. Beautiful burl eyes that would be excellent for knife scales.

There are a couple of small incursions at the bottom of this piece.

W38728

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Bookmatched Madrone Burl Knife Scales

W38728
Was: $29.99
Now: $26.99!
In Stock: 1
W38728 specs:
1 lb. 5″ x 1 1/2″ x 3/8″

Madrone is known as Strawberry tree, Madrona, or Madrone burl.  This is a unique Pacific hardwood that has pink & tan colors with an occasional red streak. Our Madrone blanks are highly burled & figured. Through our proprietary process, the wood has been pressure cooked to relieve tension and then partially air dried.  These pieces are ideal for gallery grade projects and high end woodworking as well as Bass and Electric guitars.
Trees are typically 10” up to 30” diameter and between 40-70’ tall.  Trunks are smooth as silk due to the tree shedding its bark continually.  Logs are rarely straight so lumber over 10’ long is a rarity.  Random trees growing in mixed stands of Douglas fir produce the best lumber as the trunk is long and relatively strait.  Trees in the open are much more bushy with many limbs that will not produce good lumber.  Burls grow almost exclusively underground and must be dug up sometimes by hand and then pressure cooked and milled.  Many Madrone trees grow in areas that have many rocks so our sawyers have their hands full milling around the rocks and dirt pockets that are present in every burl.  This is expensive due to the large number of saw blades that are destroyed and the large amount of labor milling this.

Dry and ready to use. These have all been pressure cooked and kiln dried. Beautiful burl eyes that would be excellent for knife scales.

W38727

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Bookmatched Madrone Burl Knife Scales

W38727
Was: $29.99
Now: $26.99!
In Stock: 1
W38727 specs:
1 lb. 5″ x 1 1/2″ x 3/8″

Madrone is known as Strawberry tree, Madrona, or Madrone burl.  This is a unique Pacific hardwood that has pink & tan colors with an occasional red streak. Our Madrone blanks are highly burled & figured. Through our proprietary process, the wood has been pressure cooked to relieve tension and then partially air dried.  These pieces are ideal for gallery grade projects and high end woodworking as well as Bass and Electric guitars.
Trees are typically 10” up to 30” diameter and between 40-70’ tall.  Trunks are smooth as silk due to the tree shedding its bark continually.  Logs are rarely straight so lumber over 10’ long is a rarity.  Random trees growing in mixed stands of Douglas fir produce the best lumber as the trunk is long and relatively strait.  Trees in the open are much more bushy with many limbs that will not produce good lumber.  Burls grow almost exclusively underground and must be dug up sometimes by hand and then pressure cooked and milled.  Many Madrone trees grow in areas that have many rocks so our sawyers have their hands full milling around the rocks and dirt pockets that are present in every burl.  This is expensive due to the large number of saw blades that are destroyed and the large amount of labor milling this.

Dry and ready to use. These have all been pressure cooked and kiln dried. Beautiful burl eyes that would be excellent for knife scales.