EAST INDIAN ROSEWOOD

Dalbergia latifolia

Dark and moody, East Indian Rosewood is one of the darker and more evenly grained Rosewoods.  Like all Rosewoods, East Indian Rosewood is a tonewood found in many acoustic instruments.  Grown in plantations in India and Java, wild East Indian Rosewood is illegal to harvest.  Slow growing with excellent working properties, East Indian Rosewood is a rare and sought after material.


East Indian Rosewood is classified vulnerable by the International Union for Conservation of Nature. For more information, see our page on Wood Sourcing Ethics.