Ziricote Hardwood for High-Performance Pool Cues
Ziricote is a rare and highly sought-after hardwood that is prized for its unique beauty and durability. Sourced from the Cordia dedecandra tree, this exquisite hardwood is native to Central America.
It is prized for its intricate patterns and striking coloration. Also, it has distinctive black and brown streaks. This makes Ziricote a popular choice for luxury woodworking projects and is highly valued by craftsmen and artisans.
Unique Woodgrain and Coloration
The stunning woodgrain and coloration of Ziricote make it an excellent choice for crafting pool cues. The distinctive black and brown lines and swirls give each piece of Ziricote a unique appearance. This makes each cue crafted from this hardwood one-of-a-kind.
The rich, dark tones of Ziricote are also highly complementary to the green felt of a pool table. This creates a beautiful contrast that adds to the elegance and sophistication of any game room.
Ideal for Crafting High-Performance Pool Cues
Ziricote is a hardwood that is favored by professional pool players and cue makers because of its strength, density, and stiffness. These properties make it an ideal choice for crafting high-performance pool cues. The unique grain patterns of Ziricote also help to enhance the cue's grip and provide better ball control, giving players an edge on the table.
Sustainable and Eco-Friendly Choice
We are committed to sustainability and responsible forestry practices. Ziricote is sourced from Cordia dedecandra trees that are grown in a sustainable and environmentally friendly way, ensuring that our hardwoods are of the highest quality while minimizing our impact on the planet. By choosing Ziricote for your pool cue, you can be confident that you are making a responsible and eco-friendly choice.
Ziricote - Cordia dedecandra
Ziricote heartwood is tobacco colored to reddish brown, with irregular dark brown or blackish streaks and variegations, with more or less of an oily or waxy appearance; rather sharply demarcated from the grayish or yellowish sapwood. Luster variable; texture fine to medium, grain variable. It resembles Brazilian Rosewood because of its unique grain lines and tendency for spider webbing. Ziricote is a very dense and heavy wood which allows for a bright, glass-like tone. Ziricote has a high durability rating.
Source Region: Central America and Mexico
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.
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