Bubinga "Pommele" - Exotic Wood for Making Billiard and Pool Cues
Introducing Bubinga "Pommele" - Guibourtia Tessmannii, the luxurious and exotic raw wood perfect for making billiard and pool cues. With its unique and mesmerizing figure, Bubinga "Pommele" is a prized possession for cue makers and enthusiasts alike.
Bubinga "Pommele" is a rare and exotic wood that is prized for its unique and mesmerizing figure. The Pommele figure is created by irregularly spaced, wavy, quilted, and fiddle-back grain patterns that shimmer under the light. The combination of deep reddish-brown heartwood and light pinkish-brown sapwood gives Bubinga "Pommele" a striking appearance that makes it stand out from other woods.
Durability and Strength
Bubinga "Pommele" is known for its durability and strength, making it a popular choice for making high-quality billiards and pool cues. The wood is naturally resistant to rot, decay, and insect attacks, ensuring that the cue made from Bubinga "Pommele" will last for years to come. Additionally, its dense and hard nature makes it perfect for creating a solid and stable cue.
Ease of Use
Bubinga "Pommele" is an excellent wood for making billiard and pool cues because it is easy to work with. It is relatively easy to cut, shape, and finish, making it ideal for cue makers of all skill levels. Additionally, Bubinga "Pommele" has a consistent texture, which makes it easy to sand and finish to a smooth surface.
At our company, we believe in sustainable and ethical sourcing practices. We only obtain Bubinga "Pommele" from reputable sources that comply with the highest standards of forest management and sustainability. By choosing Bubinga "Pommele" for your billiard and pool cues, you can be assured that you are making a responsible and environmentally-friendly choice.
Curly Bubinga "Pommele" - Guibourtia tessmannii
Curly Bubinga has a resemblance to rosewood. The heartwood is pink, vivid red, or red-brown with purple streaks or veins. On exposure, it becomes yellow or medium brown with a reddish tint, and veining becomes less conspicuous. Bubinga sapwood is whitish and clearly demarcated. The texture of this wood is fine and even with a straight or interlocked grain. Bubinga can be highly figured. Turns and machines well, and take a high polish.
Source Region: Eastern Africa
PLEASE NOTE: In addition to our standard return policy conditions, all costs incurred to ship wood back to Atlas will be at the buyer's expense. The wood cannot be machined in any way and must have our stamp on it.
**PLEASE NOTE - Bubinga (Guibourtia tessmanni) is now listed on CITES Appendix II and cannot be exported. Any foreign orders with this on them will be canceled.
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