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Jarrah

Jarrah

A real favourite with Australian woodworkers, jarrah is a strong, dense, stable hardwood and is an absolute pleasure to work with. Somewhat harder than oak, straight grained jarrah has a very uniform texture that lends itself well to turnery, veneering, cabinetry and carving. Jarrah responds beautifully to a sharp tools and accepts a wide range of finishes. The strong orangey red colour matures to a rich chocolate brown as it ages and figure variations can include tiger stripe (flame), birdseye, flecked, and some exceptionally beautiful burrs. Jarrah burrs have swirling grain, with many tight knots and vibrant colors making it a prized timber among wood turners.
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  1. Jarrah Knife Handle Blank

    £18.00


    An excellent substitute for rosewood, Australian Jarrah is immensely hard, dense and has a deep rich red colour that darkens with finishing oil and time.

    These blocks, all cut from the same board, are similar enough that we haven't listed them individually.

    30mm x 45mm x 130mm

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