Craft a Unique Pool Cue with Pink Ivory Wood
Pink Ivory Wood is a rare and exotic hardwood known for its striking pink color and durability. The wood is sourced from the Berchemia Zeyheri tree, which is native to Southern Africa. The vibrant pink coloration of Pink Ivory Wood is due to the presence of a pigment called betalain, which is found in only a few species of plants.
Why Choose Pink Ivory Wood for Your Pool Cue?
Pink Ivory Wood is an excellent choice for crafting pool cues due to its durability, strength, and unique aesthetic qualities. The wood is naturally resistant to moisture, warping, and cracking, making it a reliable and long-lasting material for pool cue construction. Additionally, the eye-catching pink hue of Pink Ivory Wood sets it apart from other hardwoods, making it an excellent choice for those looking for a one-of-a-kind pool cue.
How to Craft a Pool Cue with Pink Ivory Wood
Pink Ivory Wood is a popular choice for pool cue makers due to its workability and ability to hold fine detail. When crafting a pool cue with Pink Ivory Wood, selecting the highest quality boards is important to ensure a consistent and uniform color throughout the cue. The wood can be turned, milled, and finished to create a polished, professional-looking pool cue.
Care and Maintenance of Pink Ivory Wood Pool Cues
To keep your Pink Ivory Wood pool cue looking and playing its best, it is essential to take proper care of the wood. Regular cleaning and waxing will help to protect the wood from scratches and moisture damage while also enhancing the natural color and shine of the wood. It is also recommended to store your pool cue in a cool, dry place to prevent warping or cracking over time.
Pink Ivory - Berchemia zeyheri
The grain is straight to irregular, while the texture is very fine. Pink Ivory sapwood is almost white, and the pink heartwood, after long exposure, tends to become orange-colored. Pink Ivory seasons very slowly and needs care to prevent checking. The timber is reported to be very strong and stiff. It is difficult to work with hand tools, but is an excellent wood for turnery and carving. It takes a high polish.
Source Region: Mozambique, Zimbabwe and South Africa and scattering in other parts of southern Africa
**PLEASE NOTE: Pink Ivory pieces may have some minor discoloration or sapwood. 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.
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