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The following species are available in the Exotic collection. Click on any species photo or name to learn more.
Image: Description - Amendoim .
Amendoim
As unique as its name, this wood is a warm, medium tan/brown with reddish highlights, swirling grain and small burl figures.
Image: Description - Andean Mahogany .
Andean Mahogany
Much harder than Red Oak, this wood is reddish-brown with intriguing black streaking. It will darken and redden over time.
Image: Description - Australian Cypress .
Australian Cypress
A deceivingly hard softwood from "down under" with the warm, rustic look of softer woods.
Image: Description - Bermuda Cypress .
Bermuda Cypress
A deceivingly hard softwood from "down under" with the warm, rustic look of softer woods.
Image: Description - Brazilian Cherry .
Brazilian Cherry
The most popular imported wood, renowned for its hardness and durability.
Image: Description - Brazilian Teak .
Brazilian Teak
An extremely hard, dense wood, this Central and South American native is brownish red with a unique coarse grain.
Image: Description - Patagonian Cherry .
Patagonian Cherry
Inported from Paraguay, this is an extremely dense wood with a unique pinkish red/rose coloring.
Image: Description - Patagonian Rosewood .
Patagonian Rosewood
Much harder than Red Oak, this wood is reddish-brown with intriguing black streaking. It will darken and redden over time.
Image: Description - Patagonian Walnut .
Patagonian Walnut
Patagonian Walnut is in the same family as Brazilian Walnut/Ipe. It has a lighter brown color than Brazilian Walnut and offers golden/tan highlights. It also offers more rowed grain/curl figure than Brazilian Walnut.
Image: Description - Santos Mahogany .
Santos Mahogany
Extememly dense and stable, this Mahogany-looking wood is one of our most popular exotic choices.