Here’s our video with Matt talking about the African Mahogany that we carry. It is used as an alternative to true mahogany because it is a much less expensive option.
African Mahogany Wood, or Khaya as it is also known for its scientific name – Khaya Ivorensis, is popular for use in flooring, furniture and cabinet work, joinery, shop fixtures, boat building, plywood, interior trim and decorative veneers. African Mahogany wood lumber is considered a valid alternative substitute to Genuine (Honduran) Mahogany lumber.
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