Honduras Mahogany Veneer

Honduras Mahogany veneer

Honduras Mahogany (also known as True or American Mahogany) was the original mahogany sourced from the West Indies and used for the manufacture of fine furniture, cabinet work and shipbuilding in Europe from the 17th Century. It ranges from southern Mexico through Central America into South America as far south as Bolivia. Plantations have been established within its natural range and elsewhere throughout the tropics.

Honduras Mahogany heartwood varies from pale pink or salmon colored to dark reddish brown and the grain is generally straighter than that of Khaya (African mahogany); however, a wide variety of grain patterns are obtained from Honduras Mahogany. The texture is rather fine to coarse. It is easy to finish and takes an excellent polish.

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