Zebra

From equatorial western Africa, Zebrawood is usually logged by hand with a hundred men or more on mountain slopes. One of the most appealing features of Zebra is the exotic appearance of the colorful grain. Black & golden lines make this an excellent choice for many projects. For ease in finishing, use a sanding sealer to seal the open pores. Zebra has interlocking grain that can produce beautiful iridescence in quartersawn boards! The wood is prone to checking and twisting if not properly cared for. Uses include: furniture, cabinets, architectural applications (veneer), turned articles, rifle stocks, and boxes. Africa

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W37598

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Zebrawood

W37598
$69.99
In Stock: 1
W37598 specs:
7 lbs. 23-11/16″ x 9-1/4″ x 7/8″

From equatorial western Africa, Zebrawood (Microberlinia brazzavillensis) is usually logged by hand with a hundred men or more on mountain slopes. It is arduous, back breaking work. Trees can be quite large with diameters of 3-5 ft. and straight trunks of 40-60 ft. before the first limbs. When Zebra logs are cut, they are almost always quarter sawn to show the fine Zebra stripes in the lumber.  This colorful grain is one of the most appealing features of Zebra wood. The black & golden lines make this an excellent choice for many projects.  Interlocking grain can produce beautiful iridescence in quarter sawn boards!  For ease in finishing use a sanding sealer to seal the open pores.  Uses include: furniture, cabinets, architectural applications (veneer), turned articles, musical instruments, rifle stocks, boxes and more!

All boards are kiln dried, surfaced on two sides and ready to use. There are beautifully striped patterns in the flat sawn boards with some nicely varying grain. Sapwood will have pin holes and there may be surface checking on one face. Planer skip, occasional gum pocket, and solid spalting may be present in some boards. Pieces may have a slight bow or twist.

W37597

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Zebrawood

W37597
$89.99
In Stock: 1
W37597 specs:
8 lbs. 26-3/16″ x 9-3/4″ x 13/16″

From equatorial western Africa, Zebrawood (Microberlinia brazzavillensis) is usually logged by hand with a hundred men or more on mountain slopes. It is arduous, back breaking work. Trees can be quite large with diameters of 3-5 ft. and straight trunks of 40-60 ft. before the first limbs. When Zebra logs are cut, they are almost always quarter sawn to show the fine Zebra stripes in the lumber.  This colorful grain is one of the most appealing features of Zebra wood. The black & golden lines make this an excellent choice for many projects.  Interlocking grain can produce beautiful iridescence in quarter sawn boards!  For ease in finishing use a sanding sealer to seal the open pores.  Uses include: furniture, cabinets, architectural applications (veneer), turned articles, musical instruments, rifle stocks, boxes and more!

All boards are kiln dried, surfaced on two sides and ready to use. There are beautifully striped patterns in the flat sawn boards with some nicely varying grain. Sapwood will have pin holes and there may be surface checking on one face. Planer skip, occasional gum pocket, and solid spalting may be present in some boards. Pieces may have a slight bow or twist.

W37599

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Zebrawood

W37599
$34.99
In Stock: 1
W37599 specs:
4 lbs. 24-1/16″ x 4-1/8″ x 7/8″

From equatorial western Africa, Zebrawood (Microberlinia brazzavillensis) is usually logged by hand with a hundred men or more on mountain slopes. It is arduous, back breaking work. Trees can be quite large with diameters of 3-5 ft. and straight trunks of 40-60 ft. before the first limbs. When Zebra logs are cut, they are almost always quarter sawn to show the fine Zebra stripes in the lumber.  This colorful grain is one of the most appealing features of Zebra wood. The black & golden lines make this an excellent choice for many projects.  Interlocking grain can produce beautiful iridescence in quarter sawn boards!  For ease in finishing use a sanding sealer to seal the open pores.  Uses include: furniture, cabinets, architectural applications (veneer), turned articles, musical instruments, rifle stocks, boxes and more!

All boards are kiln dried, surfaced on two sides and ready to use. There are beautifully striped patterns in the flat sawn boards with some nicely varying grain. Sapwood will have pin holes and there may be surface checking on one face. Planer skip, occasional gum pocket, and solid spalting may be present in some boards. Pieces may have a slight bow or twist.

W37593

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Zebrawood

W37593
$59.99
In Stock: 1
W37593 specs:
7 lbs. 22-5/16″ x 5-7/8″ x 1-7/8″

From equatorial western Africa, Zebrawood (Microberlinia brazzavillensis) is usually logged by hand with a hundred men or more on mountain slopes. It is arduous, back breaking work. Trees can be quite large with diameters of 3-5 ft. and straight trunks of 40-60 ft. before the first limbs. When Zebra logs are cut, they are almost always quarter sawn to show the fine Zebra stripes in the lumber.  This colorful grain is one of the most appealing features of Zebra wood. The black & golden lines make this an excellent choice for many projects.  Interlocking grain can produce beautiful iridescence in quarter sawn boards!  For ease in finishing use a sanding sealer to seal the open pores.  Uses include: furniture, cabinets, architectural applications (veneer), turned articles, musical instruments, rifle stocks, boxes and more!

All boards are kiln dried, surfaced on two sides and ready to use. There are beautifully striped patterns in the flat sawn boards with some nicely varying grain. Sapwood will have pin holes and there may be surface checking on one face. Planer skip, occasional gum pocket, and solid spalting may be present in some boards. Pieces may have a slight bow or twist.

2″ end split on edge.

W37592

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Zebrawood

W37592
$59.99
In Stock: 1
W37592 specs:
8 lbs. 22-5/16″ x 5-7/8″ x 1-7/8″

From equatorial western Africa, Zebrawood (Microberlinia brazzavillensis) is usually logged by hand with a hundred men or more on mountain slopes. It is arduous, back breaking work. Trees can be quite large with diameters of 3-5 ft. and straight trunks of 40-60 ft. before the first limbs. When Zebra logs are cut, they are almost always quarter sawn to show the fine Zebra stripes in the lumber.  This colorful grain is one of the most appealing features of Zebra wood. The black & golden lines make this an excellent choice for many projects.  Interlocking grain can produce beautiful iridescence in quarter sawn boards!  For ease in finishing use a sanding sealer to seal the open pores.  Uses include: furniture, cabinets, architectural applications (veneer), turned articles, musical instruments, rifle stocks, boxes and more!

All boards are kiln dried, surfaced on two sides and ready to use. There are beautifully striped patterns in the flat sawn boards with some nicely varying grain. Sapwood will have pin holes and there may be surface checking on one face. Planer skip, occasional gum pocket, and solid spalting may be present in some boards. Pieces may have a slight bow or twist.

W37591

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Zebrawood

W37591
$99.99
In Stock: 1
W37591 specs:
9 lbs. 22-5/16″ x 6-15/16″ (down to 6-5/8″) x 1-3/4″

From equatorial western Africa, Zebrawood (Microberlinia brazzavillensis) is usually logged by hand with a hundred men or more on mountain slopes. It is arduous, back breaking work. Trees can be quite large with diameters of 3-5 ft. and straight trunks of 40-60 ft. before the first limbs. When Zebra logs are cut, they are almost always quarter sawn to show the fine Zebra stripes in the lumber.  This colorful grain is one of the most appealing features of Zebra wood. The black & golden lines make this an excellent choice for many projects.  Interlocking grain can produce beautiful iridescence in quarter sawn boards!  For ease in finishing use a sanding sealer to seal the open pores.  Uses include: furniture, cabinets, architectural applications (veneer), turned articles, musical instruments, rifle stocks, boxes and more!

All boards are kiln dried, surfaced on two sides and ready to use. There are beautifully striped patterns in the flat sawn boards with some nicely varying grain. Sapwood will have pin holes and there may be surface checking on one face. Planer skip, occasional gum pocket, and solid spalting may be present in some boards. Pieces may have a slight bow or twist.

W37590

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Zebrawood

W37590
$79.99
In Stock: 1
W37590 specs:
9 lbs. 22-3/16″ x 7-11/16″ x 1-13/16″

From equatorial western Africa, Zebrawood (Microberlinia brazzavillensis) is usually logged by hand with a hundred men or more on mountain slopes. It is arduous, back breaking work. Trees can be quite large with diameters of 3-5 ft. and straight trunks of 40-60 ft. before the first limbs. When Zebra logs are cut, they are almost always quarter sawn to show the fine Zebra stripes in the lumber.  This colorful grain is one of the most appealing features of Zebra wood. The black & golden lines make this an excellent choice for many projects.  Interlocking grain can produce beautiful iridescence in quarter sawn boards!  For ease in finishing use a sanding sealer to seal the open pores.  Uses include: furniture, cabinets, architectural applications (veneer), turned articles, musical instruments, rifle stocks, boxes and more!

All boards are kiln dried, surfaced on two sides and ready to use. There are beautifully striped patterns in the flat sawn boards with some nicely varying grain. Sapwood will have pin holes and there may be surface checking on one face. Planer skip, occasional gum pocket, and solid spalting may be present in some boards. Pieces may have a slight bow or twist.

Large gum pockets.

W37589

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Zebrawood

W37589
$87.99
In Stock: 1
W37589 specs:
9 lbs. 22-1/4″ x 7-7/8″ (down to 7-5/8″) x 1-13/16″

From equatorial western Africa, Zebrawood (Microberlinia brazzavillensis) is usually logged by hand with a hundred men or more on mountain slopes. It is arduous, back breaking work. Trees can be quite large with diameters of 3-5 ft. and straight trunks of 40-60 ft. before the first limbs. When Zebra logs are cut, they are almost always quarter sawn to show the fine Zebra stripes in the lumber.  This colorful grain is one of the most appealing features of Zebra wood. The black & golden lines make this an excellent choice for many projects.  Interlocking grain can produce beautiful iridescence in quarter sawn boards!  For ease in finishing use a sanding sealer to seal the open pores.  Uses include: furniture, cabinets, architectural applications (veneer), turned articles, musical instruments, rifle stocks, boxes and more!

All boards are kiln dried, surfaced on two sides and ready to use. There are beautifully striped patterns in the flat sawn boards with some nicely varying grain. Sapwood will have pin holes and there may be surface checking on one face. Planer skip, occasional gum pocket, and solid spalting may be present in some boards. Pieces may have a slight bow or twist.

W37588

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Zebrawood

W37588
$134.99
In Stock: 1
W37588 specs:
12 lbs. 24-1/16″ x 8-5/8″ x 1-7/8″

From equatorial western Africa, Zebrawood (Microberlinia brazzavillensis) is usually logged by hand with a hundred men or more on mountain slopes. It is arduous, back breaking work. Trees can be quite large with diameters of 3-5 ft. and straight trunks of 40-60 ft. before the first limbs. When Zebra logs are cut, they are almost always quarter sawn to show the fine Zebra stripes in the lumber.  This colorful grain is one of the most appealing features of Zebra wood. The black & golden lines make this an excellent choice for many projects.  Interlocking grain can produce beautiful iridescence in quarter sawn boards!  For ease in finishing use a sanding sealer to seal the open pores.  Uses include: furniture, cabinets, architectural applications (veneer), turned articles, musical instruments, rifle stocks, boxes and more!

All boards are kiln dried, surfaced on two sides and ready to use. There are beautifully striped patterns in the flat sawn boards with some nicely varying grain. Sapwood will have pin holes and there may be surface checking on one face. Planer skip, occasional gum pocket, and solid spalting may be present in some boards. Pieces may have a slight bow or twist.

W37587

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Zebrawood

W37587
$129.99
In Stock: 1
W37587 specs:
11 lbs. 24-1/16″ x 8-7/16″ x 1-13/16″

From equatorial western Africa, Zebrawood (Microberlinia brazzavillensis) is usually logged by hand with a hundred men or more on mountain slopes. It is arduous, back breaking work. Trees can be quite large with diameters of 3-5 ft. and straight trunks of 40-60 ft. before the first limbs. When Zebra logs are cut, they are almost always quarter sawn to show the fine Zebra stripes in the lumber.  This colorful grain is one of the most appealing features of Zebra wood. The black & golden lines make this an excellent choice for many projects.  Interlocking grain can produce beautiful iridescence in quarter sawn boards!  For ease in finishing use a sanding sealer to seal the open pores.  Uses include: furniture, cabinets, architectural applications (veneer), turned articles, musical instruments, rifle stocks, boxes and more!

All boards are kiln dried, surfaced on two sides and ready to use. There are beautifully striped patterns in the flat sawn boards with some nicely varying grain. Sapwood will have pin holes and there may be surface checking on one face. Planer skip, occasional gum pocket, and solid spalting may be present in some boards. Pieces may have a slight bow or twist.

W37586

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Zebrawood

W37586
$89.99
In Stock: 1
W37586 specs:
12 lbs. 24-1/16″ x 8-7/16″ x 1-7/8″

From equatorial western Africa, Zebrawood (Microberlinia brazzavillensis) is usually logged by hand with a hundred men or more on mountain slopes. It is arduous, back breaking work. Trees can be quite large with diameters of 3-5 ft. and straight trunks of 40-60 ft. before the first limbs. When Zebra logs are cut, they are almost always quarter sawn to show the fine Zebra stripes in the lumber.  This colorful grain is one of the most appealing features of Zebra wood. The black & golden lines make this an excellent choice for many projects.  Interlocking grain can produce beautiful iridescence in quarter sawn boards!  For ease in finishing use a sanding sealer to seal the open pores.  Uses include: furniture, cabinets, architectural applications (veneer), turned articles, musical instruments, rifle stocks, boxes and more!

All boards are kiln dried, surfaced on two sides and ready to use. There are beautifully striped patterns in the flat sawn boards with some nicely varying grain. Sapwood will have pin holes and there may be surface checking on one face. Planer skip, occasional gum pocket, and solid spalting may be present in some boards. Pieces may have a slight bow or twist.

W37585

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Zebrawood

W37585
$97.99
In Stock: 1
W37585 specs:
12 lbs. 36-1/16″ x 5-13/16″ x 1-7/8″

From equatorial western Africa, Zebrawood (Microberlinia brazzavillensis) is usually logged by hand with a hundred men or more on mountain slopes. It is arduous, back breaking work. Trees can be quite large with diameters of 3-5 ft. and straight trunks of 40-60 ft. before the first limbs. When Zebra logs are cut, they are almost always quarter sawn to show the fine Zebra stripes in the lumber.  This colorful grain is one of the most appealing features of Zebra wood. The black & golden lines make this an excellent choice for many projects.  Interlocking grain can produce beautiful iridescence in quarter sawn boards!  For ease in finishing use a sanding sealer to seal the open pores.  Uses include: furniture, cabinets, architectural applications (veneer), turned articles, musical instruments, rifle stocks, boxes and more!

All boards are kiln dried, surfaced on two sides and ready to use. There are beautifully striped patterns in the flat sawn boards with some nicely varying grain. Sapwood will have pin holes and there may be surface checking on one face. Planer skip, occasional gum pocket, and solid spalting may be present in some boards. Pieces may have a slight bow or twist.

Large gum pockets.

W37583

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Zebrawood

W37583
$89.99
In Stock: 1
W37583 specs:
11 lbs. 34-1/16″ x 5-15/16″ x 1-7/8″

From equatorial western Africa, Zebrawood (Microberlinia brazzavillensis) is usually logged by hand with a hundred men or more on mountain slopes. It is arduous, back breaking work. Trees can be quite large with diameters of 3-5 ft. and straight trunks of 40-60 ft. before the first limbs. When Zebra logs are cut, they are almost always quarter sawn to show the fine Zebra stripes in the lumber.  This colorful grain is one of the most appealing features of Zebra wood. The black & golden lines make this an excellent choice for many projects.  Interlocking grain can produce beautiful iridescence in quarter sawn boards!  For ease in finishing use a sanding sealer to seal the open pores.  Uses include: furniture, cabinets, architectural applications (veneer), turned articles, musical instruments, rifle stocks, boxes and more!

All boards are kiln dried, surfaced on two sides and ready to use. There are beautifully striped patterns in the flat sawn boards with some nicely varying grain. Sapwood will have pin holes and there may be surface checking on one face. Planer skip, occasional gum pocket, and solid spalting may be present in some boards. Pieces may have a slight bow or twist.

Large gum pockets.

W37595

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Zebrawood

W37595
$59.99
In Stock: 1
W37595 specs:
8 lbs. 22-3/8″ x 5-7/8″ x 1-13/16″

From equatorial western Africa, Zebrawood (Microberlinia brazzavillensis) is usually logged by hand with a hundred men or more on mountain slopes. It is arduous, back breaking work. Trees can be quite large with diameters of 3-5 ft. and straight trunks of 40-60 ft. before the first limbs. When Zebra logs are cut, they are almost always quarter sawn to show the fine Zebra stripes in the lumber.  This colorful grain is one of the most appealing features of Zebra wood. The black & golden lines make this an excellent choice for many projects.  Interlocking grain can produce beautiful iridescence in quarter sawn boards!  For ease in finishing use a sanding sealer to seal the open pores.  Uses include: furniture, cabinets, architectural applications (veneer), turned articles, musical instruments, rifle stocks, boxes and more!

All boards are kiln dried, surfaced on two sides and ready to use. There are beautifully striped patterns in the flat sawn boards with some nicely varying grain. Sapwood will have pin holes and there may be surface checking on one face. Planer skip, occasional gum pocket, and solid spalting may be present in some boards. Pieces may have a slight bow or twist.

W37582

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Zebrawood

W37582
$139.99
In Stock: 1
W37582 specs:
11 lbs. 34-3/16″ x 6″ x 1-7/8″

From equatorial western Africa, Zebrawood (Microberlinia brazzavillensis) is usually logged by hand with a hundred men or more on mountain slopes. It is arduous, back breaking work. Trees can be quite large with diameters of 3-5 ft. and straight trunks of 40-60 ft. before the first limbs. When Zebra logs are cut, they are almost always quarter sawn to show the fine Zebra stripes in the lumber.  This colorful grain is one of the most appealing features of Zebra wood. The black & golden lines make this an excellent choice for many projects.  Interlocking grain can produce beautiful iridescence in quarter sawn boards!  For ease in finishing use a sanding sealer to seal the open pores.  Uses include: furniture, cabinets, architectural applications (veneer), turned articles, musical instruments, rifle stocks, boxes and more!

All boards are kiln dried, surfaced on two sides and ready to use. There are beautifully striped patterns in the flat sawn boards with some nicely varying grain. Sapwood will have pin holes and there may be surface checking on one face. Planer skip, occasional gum pocket, and solid spalting may be present in some boards. Pieces may have a slight bow or twist.