Dryness: Kiln dried
Other names: Bombay rosewood, Bombay blackwood
Deep purple brown to reddish brown, more or less striped. Rather hard and heavy.
The same tree as Sonokeling rosewood but having darker and heavier wood due different growth conditions.
Indian rosewood is historically one of the main rosewoods of commerce and was traded alongside Brazilian rosewood for hundreds of years. Felling is now strictly controlled by the Indian government and logs are sold by auction to a small number of government approved bidders only. Export is also stritctly controlled by the Indian government to reinforce the value and precious nature of tis timber so that it will remain available for a long time into the future.
|Price for net sales ...|
|Each||over £750.00||over £300.00||over £150.00||under £150.00|
|Lumber 28-40mm ft3||£243.75||£269.75||£292.50||£325.00|
|930 x 40 x 40mm||£11.25||£12.45||£13.50||£15.00|
|500 x 40 x 40mm||£6.38||£7.06||£7.65||£8.50|
|950 x 52 x 52 mm||£22.13||£24.49||£26.55||£29.50|
|950 x 65 x 65mm||£34.88||£38.60||£41.85||£46.50|
|950 x 78 x 78mm||£52.13||£57.69||£62.55||£69.50|
|2100 x 100 x 52mm||£116.25||£128.75||£139.50||£155.00|
|2100 x 125 x 52mm||£146.25||£161.85||£175.50||£195.00|
|2100 x 150 x 52mm||£172.50||£190.90||£207.00||£230.00|
Indian Rosewood Dalbergia latifolia