African Mahogany Lumber

CHARACTERISITICS:

USES:  Boat Building, Furniture, Architectural Millwork, Doors, Musical Instruments
ORIGINS: Thoughout Northern Africa primarily Ivory Coast, Gabon, Sierra Leone
BOTANICAL NAME:  Khaya spp.
COMMON NAME: Khaya
COLOR DETAILS: Pink to Reddish Tan. Darkens with exposure to light
WEIGHT: approx 3.6 lbs per B.F.
WORKABILITY: Glues and nails well, can be subject to tearout due to interlocking grain.

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African Mahogany For Sale

Wood Vendors supplies only the finest African Mahogany Lumber from reputable sources insuring not only the best quality, but also the highest yield.  African mahogany is a member of the Meliaceae (true mahogany) family, making it suitable for outdoor use.  Typically Khaya mahogany is available in quartersawn or “ribbon” cut as well as mixed grain or flat sawn. Let us know the look you wish to achieve and we will do our best to come up with a solution for you.  We sell random width and length, rough khaya lumber as well as surfaced, ripped or s4s dimensional African Mahogany (s4s- surfaced four sides).  Specific pulls or sorts are also available on a custom basis.  Often times we have 6-7′ mahogany available at greatly reduced prices.