Heidler Hardwood Lumber


Thickness Grade Footage
4/4" Sel & FAS 120
8/4" Qtd 20

Specie Information

    Like many of the imports, Aniegre has been used around the world long before its common use here in America. It is commonly used in furniture, cabinetry and high-end millwork.

    Aniegre is harvested from Africa, mainly from the Western or Ivory Coast area.

    The heartwood is cream to tan in color with a pinkish tinge. It is found generally with straight grain, but sometimes wavy, producing a mottled figure. This figure is different, however, from the quartered sections which show a growth ring figure. The wood is lustrous in appearance. The texture is medium to fine.

    Due to the silica content of Aniegre, you will experience moderate to severe blunting of tools and need adequate support to prevent chipping out. The screwing, nailing, gluing and staining properties are good.

    Available in plain and quartered sawn in limited thicknesses and quantities.

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