Shedua

A cousin of the more popular and well-known African tonewood, Bubinga, Ovangkol/Shedua is a softer wood (of similar weight and density) with handsome, yet greatly varying aesthetics. Its heartwood color can range anywhere from a light to medium yellow, to a light orange- or reddish-brown, usually highlighted by darker brown or black striping. Its unmistakable sapwood is pale yellow in color.

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  • SHED1008

    Beautiful board with colour variation but has a few worm holes.

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  • SHED1007

    Beautiful board but has a few minor cracks In the middle

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  • SHED1006

    Beautiful board but has a few minor cracks In the middle

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  • SHED1005

    Beautiful board with colour variation but has a few worm holes.

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  • SHED1004

    Beautiful board with a few worm holes. Slightly, curved corner on 1 of the sides.

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  • SHED1003

    Lovely board with a few worm holes and 20 cm crack on top of board

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  • SHED1002

    Nice board with minor cracks on 1 surface. Has a small mark in the middle of 1 surface

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  • SHED1001

    lovely board with minor surface defects. Few worm holes and a 10cm crack on top of the board

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