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Island Woods offers the highest quality selection of Acacia Wood bowls, plates, trays, dishes, cheese & chop boards, kitchen helpers, salad hands & servers and condiments for your kitchen. Straight from Hawaii! Our Acacia Wood products feature rich, sweeping grains and are of the highest quality. All our products are hand-turned from a single block of Acacia, making each piece a true work of...
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Island Woods offers the highest quality selection of Acacia Wood bowls, plates, trays, dishes, cheese & chop boards, kitchen helpers, salad hands & servers and condiments for your kitchen. Straight from Hawaii! Our Acacia Wood products feature rich, sweeping grains and are of the highest quality. All our products are hand-turned from a single block of Acacia, making each piece a true work of...
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Winkler Woods LLC is a famous supplier of Hawaiian Acacia koa lumber, koa veneer, koa ukulele sets, koa guitar sets, koa binding, koa picture frame moldings, koa flooring and custom millwork. Also supplies Hawaiian mango, ohia, sugi, silky silver oak and other tropical exotic hardwoods. Winkler...
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Mountain Woods Simply Bamboo Zuccor Kitchen Accessories Unique Gift Ideas serving trays bread boxes cutting boards bowls storage organizers organization home. Founded in Montana almost 40 years ago, we have devoted ourselves to perfecting the finest kitchen and home accessories on the market. Our...
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Acacia has become one of the most sought after exotic species available because of its rich texture and graining. The golden hues and color variation make Acacia a superior choice for the entire home. The depth, color range and grain of Acacia easily compare to much more expensive products....
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Traditional koa is one of the most expensive and rarest commercial woods in world. Acacia is really the genus, and it covers a REALLY large variety of trees. Koa may be the species for the Hawaiian version. That’s one. But, you will find somewhere between 950 and 1,300 species of Acacia in the world. Nevertheless, in 2005 the genus was divided into five separate genera. The name Acacia was kept...
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In our travels globally we come across almost every type of wood imaginable. Here are just a few types of wood we carry: Black Acacia, Alder, Amboyna Burl, Asian Rosewood, Bocote, Buckeye Burl, Camphor Burl, Cedar, Chakte Kok, Chakte Viga, Chechen, Cocobolo, Cypress, Douglas Fir, Elm, Fiddleback Maple, Brazilian Ironwood, Jarrah, Katalox, Koa, Macassar Ebony, Honduran Mahogany, Fiddleback...
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In our travels globally we come across almost every type of wood imaginable. Here are just a few types of wood we carry: Black Acacia, Alder, Amboyna Burl, Asian Rosewood, Bocote, Buckeye Burl, Camphor Burl, Cedar, Chakte Kok, Chakte Viga, Chechen, Cocobolo, Cypress, Douglas Fir, Elm, Fiddleback Maple, Brazilian Ironwood, Jarrah, Katalox, Koa, Macassar Ebony, Honduran Mahogany, Fiddleback...
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