Granadillo Platymiscium ulei
Granadillo is also known as Coyote, Macacauba or Trebol. This is an extremely hard, satiny, reddish brown wood with charming light cream colored highlights and swirling grain. It looks like a cross between Honduras Rosewood and Cocobolo, but does not have the allergenic properties of either.
Typical Uses: Granadillo has been used in the making of all types of furniture, musical instruments, sporting implements and even umbrella handles.
Source Region: Central and South America, particularly Suriname, Honduras and Venezuela
**Please note: Unless otherwise stated, our turning stock is not kiln dried but in various stages of air drying.
Rocky is showing us some very unique pieces of Figured Granadillo. These have ingrown bark on the boards which makes them very unique! We have about 4-6 of these left for sale so be sure to put your order in now!
In the video below Rocky explains the species of Exotic Wood, Granadillo.
In this video, Rocky explains the similarities between Cocobolo and Granadillo!