MAHOGANY, AFRICAN: Khaya spp
African Mahogany is sourced from the West Coast of Africa. It is probably one of the most widely sought-after of the true mahoganies at present due to availability, high quality and relative low-cost. The heartwood, usually a light pink when freshly sawn deepens to a reddish brown with age. Figuring is common, both mottled and striped. African Mahogany is widely used in boat building applications as well as furniture of all kinds.
African Mahogany has an average weight of 35 lbs. per cubic foot. Janka scale:
*PLEASE NOTE* African Mahogany colors may vary from piece to piece
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