Tulipwood is one of the most coveted and seldom-seen of all (Dalbergia genus) rosewood species. The trees are very small in stature, thus, obtaining long, wide boards is quite rare — and, when found undefective, sell at a premium. It is much more commonly found in smaller, craft-sized pieces. Finding any available boards in widths of 5″ or more is uncommon.
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Checks one side.
Light defects on edge.
Tapers from 4”. Light check.
Wane. Light checks. Almost 4” on side without wane.
Light planer skip.
Check on one side.
Checks. Cracks on ends. Wane tapers to 2.5”.