Lacewood

Leopardwood/Lacewood is so named for the tightly-grouped flecks which cover its surface. It is almost exclusively quartersawn, which displays its dramatic flecking in leopard-spot-like patterns (thus, the name). It is medium to dark, reddish brown in color.. Prior to being sanded, the flecked portion’s slightly elevated positioning on the wood’s surface gives it a true 3D look. It is fairly difficult to work and it’s uneven texture can cause tearout issues when boards are planed.

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  • LACE1016

    Stunning board with surface checks and a knot.

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  • LACE1015

    Nice board with a wormhole, knot and surface checks.

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  • LACE1014

    Pretty board with surface checks and wormholes.

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  • LACE1013

    Nice board with surface checks and wormholes.

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  • LACE1012

    Nice board with surface checks and wormholes.

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  • LACE1011

    Pretty board with wane, wormholes and surface checks.

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  • LACE1010

    Lovely board with surface checks and sapwood.

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  • LACE1009

    Stunning board with surface checks.

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  • LACE1008

    lovely board with a few small cracks on 1 end

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  • LACE1007

    nice board with a 38cm crack on 1 face

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  • LACE1006

    stunning board with lovely figure but has a few cracks on the ends

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  • LACE1005

    nice board with a few tiny knots on 1 face

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