General Characteristics: Hard, dimensionally stable and durable. Machines, carves and finishes very satisfactorily.
This species grows in many tropical countries but the only important lumber producing trees are found in Africa. Wenge is a product of West Africa (Zaire, Cameroon and Gabon), while Panga Panga is found in East Africa (Mozambique, Tanzania and Kenya). Except for tiny white deposits in Panga Panga grain, the two woods are indistinguishable from each other.
Well known locally as a carving wood, and long prized on the continent as a cabinet wood. Wenge is used for fine furniture, interior and exterior joinery, paneling and turning. Regarded as a premier flooring wood as well.
10" and wider lumber add 10% per BF to prices above.
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