Isaac Kremer/ January 14, 2018/ / 0 comments

Widely regarded as the premier cabinet wood of the world, based on its use through centuries. Attractive appearance of its very pale to very dark reddish brown color, ease of working, strength, and low shrinkage are outstanding properties. Commercially, three species are important: mahagoni of the West Indies; humilis of the west coast of Mexico and Central America; and macrophylla of Central and South America. The last named species produces the bulk of mahogany in the world’s markets.

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