African Rosewood is a species from the same genus as Bubinga (Guibourtia), which has led to Bubinga often mistakenly being referred to as "African Rosewood." Though obviously not a true rosewood, it does often bear aesthetic similarities. The grain is generally straight but can be interlocked; its texture is moderately fine. The heartwood color ranges from pink to reddish-brown, with purple or red streaks / lines / highlights.
Multi-pack of African Rosewood. Pack quantities work in units of volume. 0.1m3 per unit. For a larger volumes, add multiple packs to your cart.
Lengths: Various standard lengths available. Your last plank will be shorter to round off the m3 you selected.
Thickness: Various standard thicknesses available.
Widths: Random widths, 100mm & up (average 140mm)
Our bulk packs are sold in units of volume. (1 pack = 0.1m3). Depending on thickness and length you select, you will get a different effective total width. Depending on the widths we select, you will also get a different number of pcs. For example, 0.1m3 of 2.45m lengths will get you the following +- TOTAL WIDTH and +- PCS (assuming an average piece width of 140mm) for each thickness: