In its native Africa, this handsome, rot- and bug-resistant, very durable wood has been used as a substitute for Teak (thus earning its nickname, “African Teak”). While having a similar look, it also has working and mechanical properties which mimic Teak while having none of its oiliness.
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stunning board with a knot on one face
stunning board but with a knot on both faces
lovely board with a small discolour line on one end