Kosipo smoked veneer

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Characteristics of Kosipo smoked veneer

Latin name:

Entandrophragma candollei Harms; Fam. Meliaceae

Other names:

Omu, Heavy Sapelle, Penkwa-Akowaa, Atom-Assie, Lifuco, Impompo, Kosipo-Mahagoni, Kosipo Mahogany


slightly interlocked grain, logs are mainly quarter-sawn, dark wood, often with expressive glance stripes, moderately durable and resistant wood

Wood color:

withish to light brown sapwood, sharply separated heartwood, which is redbrown to deep purple brown, darkening under influcence of light


Tropical West- and Central Africa: Angola, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Congo, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Equatorial Guinea, Gaboon, Ghana, Guinea, Ivory Coast , Liberia, Nigeria


interior and exterior joinery, floorings, stairs, panelings, high-class furniture, boat building

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