Mahogany - African

African Mahogany is a wood that continues to grow in popularity — so much so that this new millennium has seen its various species be replanted into tropical regions in Central America, as well as becoming a contemporary plantation roster addition. Depending on its origin, growth conditions and specific strain (“African Mahogany” encompasses four different Khaya species), it color can range from a pale pink or muted orange, to a somewhat darker reddish- or golden-brown. It can also have darker striping, and, aesthetically, it can be further enhanced through figuring (ribbon; wavy diagonal; mottled) and varying levels of chatoyance.

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  • MOGAF1015

    Stunning board with a surface check.

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  • MOGAF1014

    Pretty board with surface checks and colour variation.

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  • MOGAF1013

    Nice board with surface checks.

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  • MOGAF1012

    Nice board with surface checks.

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  • MOGAF1011

    Lovely board with surface checks.

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  • MOGAF1010

    Lovely board with surface checks.

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  • MOGAF1009

    Stunning board with surface checks.

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  • MOGAF1008

    Lovely board with a little sapwood

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  • MOGAF1007

    Width varies. Minor defect on 1 face

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  • MOGAF1006

    Stunning board

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  • MOGAF1005

    lovely board

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  • MOGAF1004

    lovely board

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