Also called Ibirapitanga and Pau Brazil, this once important dyewood gave origin to the name of Brazil. It is now facing extinction over most of its growth area and is listed by CITES as endangered. The color of the heartwood is yellowish-brown to orange and is fine-grained, hard, and heavy. Rare.
Due to CITES regulations, we can only ship this species to customers in the United States.
These are rough as we didn't want to reduce their size any further by surfacing them. They are quite nice squares with no defects though and very rare.
Item Number: W38409