There’s been only two species of satinwood that have historically been accepted as satinwood in its truest sense, and both are in the Rutaceae family: East Indian Satinwood/Ceylon Satinwood and West Indian Satinwood/Jamaican Satinwood. East Indian Satinwood comes from Central and southern India, and Sri Lanka, while
West Indian Satinwood is harvested from the Caribbean. Both species share the same traits, such as yellow/gold color, medium to high density, fine textured, high natural luster, and interlocked grain. You should also ake a close look at the grain texture of the face of the wood to help lead you to a better understanding whether is it "genuine" or not.
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