Imbuia

Although its nickname is “Brazilian Walnut,” Imbuia bears little aesthetic resemblance to any members of the Juglans (true walnut) genus beyond its typical brownish colors. Grain patterns are generally wild and unpredictable, and occasional sap content can create a rather stunning contrast, with its rich, (typically) pale to medium muted golden hues. Although published data would leave on to surmise that it shares a very similar density with that of walnut (which it often does), Imbuia can be significantly more dense, at times, depending on growing conditions.

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  • IMB1015

    Lovely board with a crack and surface checks.

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  • IMB1014

    Nice board with wormholes and surface checks.

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  • IMB1013

    Nice board with knots and surface checks.

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  • IMB1012

    Pretty board with surface checks.

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  • IMB1011

    Nice board with knots,wormholes and surface checks.

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  • IMB1010

    Pretty board with knots and surface checks.

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  • IMB1009

    Lovely board with wormholes and surface checks.

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  • IMB1008

    Pretty board with knots, wormholes and surface checks.

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  • IMB1007

    Clear board

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  • IMB1006

    Worm holes end of one side. Skip planed other side

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  • IMB1005

    Clear board

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  • IMB1004

    Small knot one side

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