Honduras Rosewood Burl

Honduras Rosewood is an exotic wood with pinkish brown or purplish with darker and lighter bands. The combination of colors and streaks gives the wood a very attractive appearance Honduras rosewood is reported to be denser and tougher than Brazilian rosewood. Its strength properties are rated as less than outstanding, and it is usually used in applications where qualities other than strength are more desired

Avg Dry Wgt : 64 lbs/ft3 (1025 kg/m3) | Janka Hardness : 2200lbf (9786 N) | Specific Gravity : 0.96

Texture : Fine to medium
Grain Pattern : Usually wavy and interlocking
Health Risk : Dermatitis, asthma
Color : Medium brown to black, some purple and red flecks
Wood Type : Tropical Hardwood