Specialty and Exotic Lumber

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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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.
8/4 15.95 15.85 15.75 15.65
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) 8.95 8.85 8.75 8.65 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.
8/4 9.45 9.35 9.25 9.15
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.
8/4 10.95 10.85 10.75 10.65
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 9.85 9.75 9.65 Central and South America; deep eggplant purple; commonly used for inlays/accent pieces and furniture
4/4 Red Grandis 4.25 4.15 4.05 3.95 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, 5/4 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 6.75 6.65 6.55 6.45
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) 37.00 36.90 36.80 36.70 Southern Asia, Latin America; medium brown; commonly used for boatbuilding, exterior furniture, turning and carving. Easy to work with.
8/4 37.00 36.90 36.80 36.70
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.
8/4 21.95 21.85 21.75 21.65
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.
8/4 18.95 18.85 18.75 18.65

All prices are subject to change without notice.
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Ipe (Decking)

Ipe (Brazilian Walnut)
An excellent alternative to using treated lumber

Quantity (linear feet) / Price per linear foot

1 X 6 (¾" X 5½") Call for pricing
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5/4 x 6 (1" x 5 1/2") Call for pricing
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1 x 8 (3/4 x 7¼) Call for pricing
2 x 2 (1½" x 1½") Call for pricing
2 x 4 (1½" x 3½") Call for pricing
2 x 6 (1½" x 5½") Call for pricing
4 x 4 (3½" x 3½") Call for pricing

All material is a heart on two faces.
Milled four sides with eased edges.
Lengths range from 8' to 16' in two-foot increments.
Customers can specify specific lengths.