B/S Southeast Asian Rosewood, 1st grade, parlor
Dalbergia bariensis and/or Dalbergia cochinensis
Few woods compare with Brazilian Rosewood as nicely as this one and it's superb density has led many to claim that it is superior. Our sets exhibit an extremely lively, sonorous tap tone. The color ranges from a warm brick-red (reminiscent of Honduran Rosewood) to an attractive rust-brown color. Less porous than most Rosewoods, it finishes nicely and is not difficult to bend for such a dense wood. We don't expect to be able to obtain this wood in the future as there is little legal wood available. As these sets consist of the two species above mixed and matched, we are unable to export it since cochinensis is CITES II listed.
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- Wood Species
- Southeast Asian Rosewood
- Shipping Restrictions - Location
- USA Only
- 1st Grade
- Parlor or smaller
- .120"+ or 3mm+
- Serial Number