Peruvian Walnut is typically very uniform. This piece has some great variance in the grain – black swirls and even some chatoyance.
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Gabon Ebony is notorious for it’s jet black color. Seeing Gabon Ebony with this much sap is very rare. This piece is truly one of a kind.
Bolivian Rosewood never ceases to amaze us!
The sapwood in the Bolivian Rosewood strikes again! The blonde never ceases to amaze us.
Sometimes it’s the subtle things that make me love a piece. This Bolivian Rosewood Dice Tray has a great color – but it’s the dark streaks and beautiful grain on the left side that gets me.
Spalted Tamarind is known for it’s unpredictable figure. The subtle wave through the ‘Wyrmwood’ is perfect for someone who can appreciate the little things!
The Spalted Tamarind Dice Vault to complete the trifecta! This is for the person who likes strong character in their piece. This Vault has all kinds of colors swirling around – Tans, grays, maroons, even a little blue if you look hard enough.
It is not unusual for Bolivian Rosewood to have blonde streaks caused by sap. But, these blonde streaks wrap beautifully around the top. This piece is truly one-of-a-kind.