Black and White Ebony is an exotic wood with color that is reported to vary with species, usually uniformly black with light-colored bands, pale to medium brown zones, or with marked contrast between almost white and black wood. The black heartwood is reported to be more brittle than the lighter colored sapwood.
Avg Dry Wgt : 42 lbs/ft3 (672 kg/m3) | Janka Hardness : 1780lbf (7918 N) | Specific Gravity : 0.67
Texture : The texture is fine and even
Grain Pattern : Straight
Health Risk : Acute dermatitis, skin inflammation, conjunctivitis and sneezing, possible skin sensitizer
Color : Creamy yellow/white heartwood with black veins
Wood Type : Tropical Hardwood