Pau Ferro

by Joost Nusselder | Updated on:  February 5, 2023

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Pau ferro, also known as Morado, Santos palisander, and Bolivian rosewood, is a type of wood native to South America. It is a hard, dense wood with a golden brown to deep reddish-brown color. It is commonly used for making fingerboards and fret boards for musical instruments, as well as in high-end furniture and decorative veneers.

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