This beautiful Ebony has air dried for three years as of November and has been completely wax sealed or sealed on the ends.
Our team is here to help you find the right exotic wood for your woodworking project. One of the most intensely black woods known to man is ebony.
The wood is known for the bold jet black ink lines which adorn its creamy, pale yellow base. Both the volume and pattern of its lines are unpredictable, varying greatly from piece to piece.
Black Ebony is one of the most valuable and expensive types of wood in the world; prized for its dark heartwood. Traditionally, Ebony blackwood has been used for charcoal, native carvings, combs, needles, cups and knife handles.
Scientific Name: Diospyros malabarica syn. Diospyros embryopteris, D.