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Tulip

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Tulip

3.00

Dalbergia  frutescens

Brazilian tulipwood is a medium density Rosewood. It is highly figured with tones from cream to deep rosy pink. It is often used for inlays in furniture and for small turned items. Due to size limitations, it is rarely used in the solid for furniture. Not to be confused with American Tulipwood, (more commonly referred to as Tulip Poplar or Yellow Poplar), Brazilian Tulipwood is a true rosewood in the Dalbergia genus.

 The tree is only found in a narrow geographical area, and it’s small enough to be considered a shrub: typically yielding small and narrow boards. Because of these limitations, Tulipwood is generally reserved for small specialty wood items and accent pieces. It is frequently used in end grain cuttings for inlay and marquetry.

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Dalbergia  frutescens

Brazilian tulipwood is a medium density Rosewood. It is highly figured with tones from cream to deep rosy pink. It is often used for inlays in furniture and for small turned items. Due to size limitations, it is rarely used in the solid for furniture. Not to be confused with American Tulipwood, (more commonly referred to as Tulip Poplar or Yellow Poplar), Brazilian Tulipwood is a true rosewood in the Dalbergia genus.

 The tree is only found in a narrow geographical area, and it’s small enough to be considered a shrub: typically yielding small and narrow boards. Because of these limitations, Tulipwood is generally reserved for small specialty wood items and accent pieces. It is frequently used in end grain cuttings for inlay and marquetry.