Canarywood

Janka Hardness Scale: 1860

Origin: Panama, Bolivia, Paraguay, and Brazil

Exotic hard wood

Grades Available

All Canarywood is milled in South America because it is more cost effective. The lumber ranges from 1-7′ lengths and 2 1/4″ to 5″ widths as to fit into shipping containers.

  • Clear grade is the most common grade. Canarywood is graded differently than most species. Typically, a clear grade is color sorted to have one consistent color. In Canarywood, color variations and streaks are desired. It will have rich orange, olive, and tan colors with black streaks.

 

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