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Bubinga (Guibourtia demeusei, aka kevazingo)

Bubinga is an evergreen generally from Africa (though three species also are found in South america), is a luxury timber used in fine furniture and musical instruments.  It's also known as African Rosewood.  It's stable, dense, and a nice wood to work with.  The bold grain is vaguely reminiscent of Zebrawood, but without the workability problems.

Bubinga is fairly consistent in appearance, very distinctive, and a classically beautiful wood.


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