This wood has gained in popularity since the early 1990's when Brazilian Rosewood was designated an endangered species. Furniture manufacturers used it as a Brazilian Rosewood substitute but it stands on its own as an instrument tone wood.
The picture shows pieces that are representative of our stock. If you like the look of one of the boards pictured, use the note section at checkout to explain what you are looking for and we will do our best to provide a piece that matches.
Item Number: OS54
Coronavirus Update on 3/24
We're still operating and shipping orders every day. However, we are now closed to walk-in retail business at our warehouse in Portland OR. If you want to pick up an order in person, just give us a call. Thank you for your business in this tough time.