Bubinga veneer

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Characteristics of Bubinga veneer

Latin name:

Guibourtia demeusei, Guiburtia tessmannii, Guiburtia pellegriniana; Fam. Caesalpiniaceae

Other names:

Kevazingo, Kewazinga, Akume, African Rosewood, Eban


very hard wood, suitable for slicing; endangered species/CITES permit mandatory

Wood color:

shimmering reddish brown to reddish violett, narrow grained, expressive color variations


West Africa: Cameroon, Congo, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Gaboon


for high grade applications, f.e. carpentry und luxury interior designs, stairs, parquet flooring, musical instrument, CITES listed specie

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