Latin: Roupala montana Origin: Central and South America
Leopardwood has a unique figure with lighter rays and flecks that resemble the spots of a leopard. It is uniform in color, reddish brown with lighter colored flecks in the figure, similar to other material like Quartersawn White Oak.
Leopardwood is sometimes confused with Lacewood, which is a different genus of tree (Panopsis spp.). It is typically used in veneer, custom furniture, musical instruments and turned items. Can be difficult to work with due to the high density but glues and finishes well.
Medium to dark reddish brown with lighter rays and flecks
|Product Name||Size||Price||Add to Cart|
|LEOPARDWOOD 2x2x30||2x2x30||$20.00||Add To Cart|
|LEOPARDWOOD 1.5x1.5x3||1.5x1.5x3||$1.24||Add To Cart|
|LEOPARDWOOD 1x1x12||1x1x12||$1.98||Add To Cart|
|LEOPARDWOOD 1x1x6||1x1x6||$0.99||Add To Cart|
|LEOPARDWOOD 2x2x18||2x2x18||$12.00||Add To Cart|
|LEOPARDWOOD 2x2x24||2x2x24||$16.00||Add To Cart|
|LEOPARDWOOD KNIFE BLANK||1x1.5x5||$2.16||Add To Cart|
|LEOPARDWOOD PEN BLANKS 3/4X5"||3/4X3/4X5||$1.00||Add To Cart|