Species: Dalbergia Nigra
Genus: Dalbergia Rosewood is also used in the construction of luxury furniture, paneling, veneer and various small
objects. The slow growth and small size of Dalbergia genus trees results in the available lumber being rather small and often prohibitively expensive. For this reason, rosewood should be reserved for use on objects that are intended to be treasured
Species: Swietenia Macrophylla Family: Meliaceae
Mahogany has a straight, ﬁne, and even grain, and is relatively free of voids and pockets. Its reddish-brown color darkens over time, and displays a reddish sheen when polished. It has excellent workability, and is very durable. Historically, the tree's girth allowed for wide boards from traditional mahogany species. These properties make it a favourable wood for crafting cabinets and furniture.
Species: Tectona grandis
Genus: Tectona Teak wood has a leather-like smell when it is freshly milled and is particularly valued for its durability and water resistance. The wood is used for boat building, exterior construction, veneer, furniture, carving, turnings, and other small wood projects.