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Description:

Also called African Cherry, Makore shares the light pink to deep red colors, dark red growth lines, and small pores common to Cherry. Cut on the quarter, Makore has a contrasting stripe that may interplay with a variety of figures, including this large, broken fiddleback figure.

Applications:
Figured Makore is used in furniture, cabinet making, and as accent veneer for fancy inlays in high-end design. Architecturally, it is used for panels, doors, and accent strips in creative designs.

Alternatives:
Figured Sapele, Figured African Mahogany, Figured Anegre (color), Gaboon

Other Names:
African Cherry, Baku, Cherry Mahogany

Source:
Africa Gold Coast, Nigeria