brazil wood


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brazil wood

n
(Plants) another name for brazil1
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ACEX has a solid experience in transportation of art objects and precious cargo, among which is transportation of valuable music instruments of the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra (the Stradivari violin, 1713, at the cost of 1,5 MIO Euro; Guarneri violin, 1867, which cost is equal to 1,4 MIO Euro, Roger's violoncello, 1696) historical values from Bulgaria ( imperial things, weapon and ancient icons), the sapphire that weights 300 kg from Russia to China, the two-meter statue that is made from the valuable Brazil wood Paubrasilia and many other cargo, that need special attention and responsibility.
He carried home valuable drugs, precious stones and Brazil wood but had lost two of his three ships on the voyage.
In addition there are coral pink and fire-red pigments extracted from brazil wood, vibrant violet and black extracted from logwood, yellow hues extracted from the pericon plant native to Mexico, orange and brown extracts from fustete (aka smoke bush -- a species of flowering plant from the Anacardiaceae family), earthy yellow tones created from pomegranate peel, and nutshell to achieve grey tones.