Due to the instability of the lumber market, prices are subject to immediate change.
Sold in random width / length (about board feet)
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|Thickness||Species||1-99 BF||100-199 BF||200-299 BF||300+ BF||Characteristics|
|4/4||Bloodwood||11.95||11.85||11.75||11.65||Tropical South American; Vivid red color; commonly used for turning, furniture and inlay; Can be difficult to work with.|
|4/4||Bubinga||14.95||14.85||14.75||14.65||Africa; Pinkish to darker reddish brown with dark streaks. Easy to work with.|
|4/4||Goncalo Alves||6.50||6.40||6.30||6.20||Mexico to Brazil; medium reddish or golden brown with dark streaks; commonly used for carving and turning; Turns and finishes well.|
|5/4||Jatoba (Brazilian Cherry)||8.45||8.35||8.25||8.15||Central America; light orangish brown to darker reddish brown. Can be difficult to work with due to the density but glues, stains, turns and finishes well.|
|4/4||Leopardwood||14.95||14.85||14.75||14.65||Central and South America; medium to dark reddish borwn with light brown rays|
|4/4||S.A. Mahogany||9.50||9.40||9.30||9.20||South America; Pinkish Brown to darker reddish brown; commonly used for furniture, musical instruments, and cabinetry. Very easy to work with.|
|5/4, 6/4, 8/4||10.95||10.85||10.75||10.65|
|4/4||Paduak||9.50||9.40||9.30||9.20||Africa; deep reddish brown; commonly used for furniture, turning, tool handles, and musical instruments; Easy to work with.|
|4/4||Peruvian Walnut||7.95||7.85||7.75||7.65||Central and South America; deep chocolate brown; commonly used for furniture, cabinetry, and musical instruments. Easy to work with. Glues, stains, and finishes well.|
|4/4 & 8/4||Purpleheart||9.95||7.85||7.75||7.65||Central and South America; deep eggplant purple; commonly used for inlays/accent pieces and furniture|
|4/4||Red Grandis||4.95||4.85||4.75||4.65||South America; pale red color; Excellent exterior wood with characteristics similar to mahogany and sapele.|
|5/4, 6/4 & 8/4||5.65||5.55||5.45||5.35|
|4/4||Sapele||5.75||5.65||5.55||5.45||Tropical Africa; golden to dark reddish brown; Excellent alternative to mahogany. Commonly used for furniture, cabinetry, boatbuilding, and musical instruments. Easy to work with.|
|8/4||Spanish Cedar||6.25||6.15||6.05||5.95||Central and South America; light pink to reddish brown; commonly used for humidors, musical instruments, and boatbuilding; Easy to work with, but is very soft.|
|4/4||Teak (Genuine)||29.00||28.90||28.80||28.70||Southern Asia, Latin America; medium brown; commonly used for boatbuilding, exterior furniture, turning and carving. Easy to work with.|
|4/4||Wenge||19.95||19.85||19.75||19.65||Central Africa; medium brown with black streaks (becomes nearly black once finished); commonly used for furniture and turning. Can be difficult to work with.|
|5/4||Yellow Heart||18.95||18.85||18.75||18.65||Brazil; pale to golden yellow; Easy to work with.|
|4/4||Zebrawood||17.95||17.85||17.75||17.65||West Africa; light brown to straw color with dark blackish streaks; commonly used for tool handles, furniture, boatbuilding, and musical instruments. Glues and finishes well but can be difficult to surface.|