Cerejeira (Roble)

Latin: AMBURANA CEARENSIS Origin: TROPICAL SOUTH AMERICA

Cerejeira is also known as Roble (in Argentina) or Amburana (its' genus name) and can be referred to as a "Blonde Mahogany". This species resembles Mahogany in that it has a similar grain and texture to it, but with a slightly lighter/yellowish color to it. When it is quartersawn it tends to have a ribbon-stripe figure to it, but in other cases it can also have a wavy or feather crotch grain, especially when in veneer form. It is rated as a moderately durable species and is said to be easy to work with, whether it be with machines or hand tools. Cerejeira turns, glues, and finishes well, and is commonly used for veneers, furniture, flooring, carvings, and doors.

 

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Wood Type
Exotic Hardwood

Texture
Uneven, coarse texture w/ slightly oily feel

Grain Pattern
Usually straight or shallowly interlocked

Health Risks
Uncommon as an allergy sensitizer

Color
Ranges from a pale yellow to medium brown

Media

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CEREJEIRA (ROBLE) VENEER RANGE OF 21" - 50" L // 6" - 14.5" W // 28 - 90 SQFT $1.50 Add To Cart

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CEREJEIRA (ROBLE) VENEER RANGE OF 21" - 50" L // 6" - 14.5" W // 28 - 90 SQFT $1.50 Add To Cart