By definition, “figure” seen in wood refers to patterns caused by color and grain differences in the wood. When Anigre is Quarter Sawn the figure is more pronounced. Natural characteristics and color variation that are usual with this species are allowed.
Like many species, anigre has a wide range of names. In the U.S., we most often refer to it as anigre, while Europeans favor the term anegre. The spelling of anegre varies, from agnegre to aningre to aningeria, aniegre and more. In Nigeria, the wood is called landosan, and, in Angola, it is know as mukali and kali. In Kenya, it is called Mukangu and muna. Additional names include osan and mutoke landojan, m’bout osan, Tanganyika nuss, tutu and n’kali.
Note: All Wood Species Samples are shown with a Natural / Clear Coat (No Stain) Finish and will look different when ordered unfinished.
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