Wood types


Our products are handmade of wood which is a natural material;
therefore colour might vary slightly from what you see on the picture,
it depends on piece of wood that we’re using to make your plugs


 

Choose your wood:

SATIN WOOD NR1

SATIN WOOD

origine: Ceylon / Sri Lanka satinwood or East Indian satinwood
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PINK IVORY NR3

PINK IVORY

Pink ivory (Berchemia zeyheri) is an African hardwood used to make a variety of products.Pink ivory tree grows predominantly in Zimbabwe, Mozambique and South Africa.
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BLOOD WOOD NR5

BLOOD WOOD

Bloodwood is an exotic wood that is sometimes referred to as cardinal wood, for its obvious beautiful deep rose color. With age it's color does darken, but not significantly so it is a great wood to use in intarsia projects. The wood is very dense, with a tight fine, mostly linear grain.
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OLIVE WOOD NR7

OLIVE WOOD

Olive Wood is a cream or yellowish brown, with darker brown or black contrasting streaks. Color tends to deepen with age.
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YELLOW HEART WOOD NR9

YELLOW HEART WOOD

Color range from pale to golden yellow, darkening only slightly with age.
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RED HEART WOOD NR11

RED HEART WOOD

In some instances freshly surfaced Red heart can be a very bright, watermelon red—though color can vary in intensity and hue from board to board: anywhere from a light orange/pink, (similar to Pink Ivory), to a darker brownish red. In some cases, it can look quite similar to Blood wood, though usually with a more visible and figured grain pattern. Red heart’s vibrant color quickly fades to a reddish brown in direct sunlight, though this color change can be slowed (but usually not stopped entirely) by keeping the wood away from strong lighting.
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WHITE/BLACK EBONY WOOD NR13

WHITE/BLACK EBONY WOOD

Black and White Ebony is an exotic wood with color that is reported to vary with species, usually uniformly black with light-colored bands, pale to medium brown zones, or with marked contrast between almost white and black wood.
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COCOBOLO WOOD NR15

COCOBOLOWOOD

Cocobolo can be seen in a kaleidoscope of different colors, ranging from yellow, orange, red, and shades of brown with streaks of black or purple.Grain is straight to interlocked, with a fine even texture.
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WENGE WOOD NR17

WENGE WOOD

Medium brown, sometimes with a reddish or yellowish hue, with nearly black streaks. Upon application of a wood finish (particularly an oil finish) the wood can become nearly black.Grain is straight, with a very coarse texture. Low natural luster.
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BUBINGA WOOD NR19

BUBINGA WOOD

Bubinga is a wood that has been used for years with success. Harder and heavier than either Brazilian or Indian Rosewood, Bubinga is sometimes known as African Rosewood, although it's not a Dalbergia. It has a medium texture with interlocking grain. Bubinga varies in color from pinkish-mauve to golden blondes and oxidizes beautifully to rich darker tones over time.
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CHERRY WOOD NR21

CHERRY WOOD

Reddish brown with a golden luster. Freshly cut cherry is often very pale, but the wood oxidizes to its famously favorable rich brown red in time.
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KATALOX WOOD NR23

KATALOX WOOD

Dark reddish brown to nearly black, sometimes with a strong purple hue.Grain is usually straight, but can also be irregular or interlocked. With a fine even texture and good natural luster.
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LIGNUM VITAE NR2

LIGNUM VITAE

Lignum vitae" is Latin for "wood of life", and derives its name from its medicinal uses; lignum vitae resin has been used to treat a variety of medical conditions from coughs to arthritis, and chips of the wood can also be used to brew a tea.Lignum vitae is also one of the numerous hard, dense woods loosely referred to as ironwood.
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GRAB WOOD NR4

GRAB WOOD

origin: Poland
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ZEBRA WOOD NR6

ZEBRA WOOD

Bloodwood is an exotic wood that is sometimes referred to as cardinal wood, for its obvious beautiful deep rose color. With age it's color does darken, but not significantly so it is a great wood to use in intarsia projects. The wood is very dense, with a tight fine, mostly linear grain.
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BOCOTE WOOD NR8

BOCOTE WOOD

Has a yellowish brown body with dramatic dark brown to almost black stripes. Color tends to darken with age. Also, the grain patterning can be quite striking, particularly on flat sawn areas.
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PURPLE HEART WOOD NR10

PURPLE HEART WOOD

Purple Heart is an extremely dense and water-resistant wood. It is ranked one of the hardest and stiffest of the woods in the world.When cut, quickly turns from a light brown to a rich purple color. Exposure to ultraviolet(sunlight) light darkens the wood to a brown color with a slight hue of the original purple. The longer the wood is exposed to sunlight, the color of purple slowly changes from a light purple to a substantially chocolate-purple.
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HOLLY WOOD NR12

HOLLY WOOD

Ideal lumber has a very uniform, pale white color with virtually no visible grain pattern. Knots are common, which can reduce the usable area of the wood. Holly is usually cut during the winter and kiln dried shortly thereafter to preserve the white color of the wood.
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MARBLE WOOD NR14

MARBLE WOOD

Grain tends to be straight or slightly interlocked; texture is medium with open pores.
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BOX WOOD NR16

BOX WOOD

Color tends to be a light cream to yellow, which tends to darken slightly with prolonged exposure to light. Sapwood not distinct from heartwood.Boxwood has a fine, even texture with a natural luster. The grain tends to be straight or slightly irregular.
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INDIAN ROSE NR18

INDIAN ROSE

origine:India, Sri Lanka, and Indonesia
Heartwood of East Indian Rosewood can vary from a golden brown to a deep purplish brown, with darker brown streaks. The wood darkens with age, usually becoming a deep brown.Has a medium texture and fairly small pores. The grain is usually narrowly interlocked.
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APPLE WOOD NR20

APPLE WOOD

The grain of Apple is sometimes seen with streaks of darker and lighter bands of color, similar to Olive. Sapwood is a pale cream color.
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MAPLE WOOD NR22

MAPLE WOOD

There are approximately 128 species, most of which are native to Asia, with a number also appearing in Europe, northern Africa, and North America.
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