Also called Siamese Rosewood, this tree yields valuable hardwood found in Cambodia, Laos, Thailand, and Vietnam. Siamese rosewood is denser than water, fine grained, and high in oils and resins. These properties make them dimensional stable, hard wearing, rot and insect resistant, and when new, highly fragrant. Despite its density and toughness, workability is fairly good. Although increasingly scarce due to recent CITES restrictions, turning blanks and burls are occasionally available.
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