Cedar - Spanish

Not a true cedar (of the Cedra genus), Spanish Cedar is actually more closely related to true mahoganies, as all are in the Meliaceae family. Weight, Density and mechanical properties can vary, depending on climate and conditions. Most of what is made available to the US market is plantation-grown, which produces wood that is lower in density, and paler in color than that cut from trees grown in forests. Its grains are straight and its texture is fine; combined with its modest hardness and density, the wood is very easy to work, and glues and finishes well. *Due to cites restrictions, we are unable to ship this species internationally.

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    Light check.

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    Light knots.

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    Knots. Wormholes.

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    Light check on end.

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    Clear.

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    Clear.

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    Small knots

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    Nice board

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    Checks

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