Tiama veneer

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Characteristics of Tiama veneer

Latin name:

Entandrophragma angolense C.D.C., Etandrophragma congoense A. Chev.; Fam. Meliaceae

Other names:

Kiluka, Tiama, Edinam, Livuite, Acuminata, Lifaki, Vovo, Abeubegne, Gedu-Nohor, Dongomanguila, Mukusu


Mahogany like appearance, partially with regular, tight glance stripes

Wood color:

greybrown to redbrown, some logs show paler pink to grey heartwood


West-, Central- and East Africa: Angola, Caire, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Congo, Equatorial Guinea, Gaboon, Ghana, Ivory Coast, Liberia, Nigeria, Uganda


furniture, floorings, stairs, ship building, interior and exterior design

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