Mark Goodger

Macassar Ebony

Macassar Ebony is found in Southeast Asia and has a dramatic striped appearance that is similar to Calamander with a relatively straight grain. It’s a very dense wood that is hard to work. The trees are slow growing and only grow in particular habitats, making this a rare and therefore sought after wood.
It gets its name from the Indonesian Port of Makassar, where it is exported.

Macassar Ebony

Macassar Ebony is found in Southeast Asia and has a dramatic striped appearance that is similar to Calamander with a relatively straight grain. It’s a very dense wood that is hard to work. The trees are slow growing and only grow in particular habitats, making this a rare and therefore sought after wood.
It gets its name from the Indonesian Port of Makassar, where it is exported.

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