Superior Quality Granadillo Wood for Pool Cues
Granadillo is a rare and exotic hardwood known for its exceptional strength, durability, and beauty. It is prized by skilled pool cue makers for its ability to produce a solid and straight cue, providing excellent accuracy and control. With its unique grain patterns and lustrous reddish-brown color, Granadillo is an excellent choice for those looking for a truly one-of-a-kind pool cue.
Our Granadillo hardwood is sustainably sourced from South America, ensuring that our customers are receiving a high-quality product that has been harvested in a responsible and ethical manner. Our commitment to sustainable sourcing helps preserve the environment and ensures that the communities that rely on these resources can continue to do so for generations to come.
Versatile and Customizable
Granadillo is an extremely versatile hardwood that can be customized to suit your specific needs. It can be stained or finished to match your personal style and preferences and can also be used for a variety of other woodworking projects, such as furniture making and cabinetry. Whether you are a professional pool cue maker or a woodworking enthusiast, Granadillo is an excellent choice for your next project.
Investing in a high-quality pool cue made from Granadillo hardwood is a decision that will pay off for years to come. With its unparalleled strength and durability, a Granadillo pool cue is sure to last for generations and provide countless hours of enjoyment. Whether you are a serious player or simply enjoy the occasional game, a Granadillo pool cue is an investment that you won't regret.
GRANADILLO - PLATYMISCIUM ULEI
Latin: Platymiscium Ulei
Origin: Central and South America.
Granadillo is referred to by many names. It is actually from the commonly known species of Macacauba but is often referred to as Hormigo or Orange Agate depending on which country it is imported from. Many of the lesser known species that have become popular for woodworking have had different names depending on where they have come from. Granadillo is an easy working wood, it turns and glues well and is able to take a high polish. With the variable grain pattern it is one of the most beautiful woods for turning. Granadillo Platymiscium ulei Granadillo is also known as Coyote, Macacauba or Trebol. This is an extremely hard, satiny, reddish brown wood with charming light cream colored highlights and swirling grain. It looks like a cross between Honduras Rosewood and Cocobolo, but does not have the allergenic properties of either. Typical Uses: Granadillo has been used in the making of all types of furniture, musical instruments, sporting implements and even umbrella handles. Source Region: Central and South America, particularly Suriname, Honduras and Venezuela
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