African Mahogany comes from the Khaya, a tree native to tropical Africa and Madagascar. They average from 100 to 115 feet tall, with some trees as tall as 150 feet. Its bark is used to treat disease and it even feeds some livestock in West Africa. Its oily seeds has some similar uses as well. African Mahogany is prized for its beauty all over and has been used for everything imaginable; this made African Mahogany an easy choice when it came to dice. The wood ranges from ranges from pale pink to deep reddish brown and tends to get darker with age.