Color / Appearance
There is a fair degree of color variation between boards of Quina, ranging from a lighter golden brown to a darker purplish red or burgundy. Thecolor tends to turn more red/purple with age. Quartersawn sections can show a striped or ribbon pattern.
Grain / Texture
Grain is usually interlocked, with a medium to finetexture, and open, medium-sized pores.
Quina has a very distinctive spicy scent when being worked. Trees from the Myroxylon genusare used to make Balsam of Peru, an ingredient used in perfumes
or according to your requirements
|Place of Origin||Brazil|
|Type||Solid Wood Boards|
|Product name||Big board of Quina/Balsamo|
|Surface||Smooth and Clean|
|Usage||Flooring, furniture, interior trim, easy construction|
|Average Dried Weight||0.93g/cm³|