Mahogany (Swietenia Macrophylla) is typically straight grain, often with a ribbon figure. It is very easy to work, even with hand tools. Color ranges from creamy-white sapwood to reddish brown heartwood, often with a distinctive purple cast. Mahogany is moderately light and hard with good bending and crushing strength. Preferred for its natural moisture, high density, and
insect-resistant properties. Mahogany is famous for durability and resilience.
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