Kingwood is another typical rosewood which is very dense and has a bell-like tap tone. This stuff truly does ring in larger sizes. Kingwood got its name due to the fact that it was the favored wood of King Louie the 15th and 16th. It is said that all the furniture in their entire palace used Kingwood inlays. In addition to its amazing tonal properties, Kingwood has a rich violet brown coloration that you must see to believe. It is marked with dark and light striations and the very rare sap wood inclusion makes for a very nice pale creamy yellow contrast to the striated violet browns of the heart wood.
Char Holt –
elder box burl wooden fudge is absolutely the most gorgeous looking wood I have deen in a long time; thanks
Benjamin Harrison –
Brazilian Rosewood with a clear finish would be nice.
Kaye Meyer –
I really like the Irish Bog Oak.
Dakota Hayse –
I Love Metal would, It is a Extremely dence Wood that grows in the tropics, Natives use it for roofing
Nathan Frost –
What does the 10 dice polyhedral set include?
polyhedral sets are 1d20, 1d12, 2d10, 1d8, 4d6, 1d4
First Run Yo-Yos – Artisan Dice –
[…] #4: King Wood – its obvious to see why this wood was favored by King Louis the Fourteenth. It’s violet tones and killer chaytoance really stand out when turned compared to what can been seen in our dice. This yo-yo is standard shape. […]