Mahogany can reach the towering heights of 175 feet or
more and have a butressed trunk several feet in diameter.
Mahogany has a light purple or pink heartwood which
darkens after being exposed to the air. In contrast
the sapwood is an off-white to yellow color. Mahogany
has a medium to course texture.
Mahogany is somewhat tricky to work with. Sharp tools
are a must to prevent the grain from being torn. Mahogany
is quite easy to get a good surface for finishing and
takes glue well.
Mahogany is also known as
Mahogany is commonly used for
Mahogany dust is known to cause skin irritation.
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