Black Limba veneer

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Characteristics of Black Limba veneer

Latin name:

Terminalia superba; Fam. Combretaceae

Other names:

Fracé, Kojagei, Ofram, Afara, Akom, N´Ganga, Korina


depending on its diameter Limba trees develope also black variations, so called „Black Limba“, structure rather plain, comparatively lightweight and soft wood, close, straight grain, sometimes wavy and interlocked which creates a beautiful figuring, good workable with all machines, suitable for dying, slicing and rotary cut (steamed or cold)

Wood color:

varying from brown to black with a shade of orange, heartwood developes greyish black streaks


Tropical West-/ Central Africa, Guinea to Angola


furniture production, musical instruments (creates great sound f.e. in guitars)

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