tigerwood


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tigerwood

(ˈtaɪɡəˌwʊd)
n
a heavily striped wood used in cabinetmaking
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Tigerwood, long considered a trash tree, is used in various chair models.
The hardwood goncalo alves, also known as tigerwood, is a unique combination of strength, durability and good looks.
Cumaru and tigerwood cost approximately 25% less than ipe," noted Ivancic.
Q: We have had prefinished Tigerwood Flooring for about eight years and we have tried all the sprays, etc.
The mini-park features native plants, benches and tigerwood decking certified by the Forest Stewardship Council.
In the near future we will offer it on all available Brazilian hardwood species, including Amendoim, Kurupay (Patagonian Rosewood), Santos Mahogany, Tigerwood, Ipe (Brazilian Walnut), and Sirari (Tiete Rosewood).
Goncalo alves, also known as kingwood and tigerwood, from the species Astronium fraxinifolium and Astronium graveolens, is sometimes called zebrawood.
It is important to note that six of these top species are Bolivian LKS: garapa, ipe, jatoba, jequitiba, santa mafia, and tigerwood.
Sent to the front three out, he strolled home by 12 lengths from Tigerwood.
Tigerwood, an FSC certified Brazilian hardwood, is one such material.
The floor is tongue and groove tigerwood, a Brazilian hardwood.
Exotic hardwoods such as teak, tigerwood, ipe, and cumaru, which also tend to be durable, are becoming popular as well.