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East Indian Rosewood

Currently out of Stock! Kiln dried, Rough, Random Widths & Lengths 3" & wider x 3' & Longer. Turning Stock available.
East Indian Rosewood Prices per Board Foot as of
Description50-99 B.F.100-249 B.F.250-499 B.F.500+ B.F.
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East Indian Rosewood Planks East Indian Rosewood - Dalbergia latifolia East Indian Rosewood is a true Rosewood

East Indian Rosewood Appearance and Design Attributes

Primary Color Tone: Purple

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  • wood details
    USES:  High-end architectural woodwork applications, cabinetry, fine furniture, turning stock, musical instruments and more.
    ORIGINS: Southern Asia including India, Indonesia, Java, Nepal and others
    BOTANICAL NAME:  Dalbergia latifola
    COMMON NAME: East Indian Rosewood, Sonokeling
    COLOR DETAILS: Heartwood varies from golden brown to dark purple brown. Sapwood is yellowish often with purplish tinge and sharply demarcated from heartwood.
    WEIGHT: Approximately 5 Lbs. per BF KD
    WORKABILITY: Dense, heavy and strong. Fairly difficult to machine. Slow speeds and sharp knives recommended. The dust can be toxic so skin and eye protection are needed.
  • wood description

    East Indian Rosewood (Dalbergia latifolia) is a true rosewood and is commonly used as an alternative to the more difficult to obtain Brazilian Rosewood (Dalbergia nigra).  The trees are native to Southern Asia and are exported mainly from India, Indonesia, Java, Napal and other asian locales.  Similar to other rosewoods such as Honduras Rosewood, and Brazililian Rosewood (very rare since cites ban back in the '60s),  East Indian Rosewood is very dense and yields a nice satin finish.   

    Call Pat or Tom at 877.983.6367 to discuss your East Indian Rosewood needs.  


  • wood information
    For more information, WoodVendors recommends:
    Link: More East Indian Rosewood Pictures
    Link: East Indian Rosewood Technical Information