|ALSO KNOWN AS:
||Honduras mahogany, True mahogany, Central American mahogany, South American mahogany
||Central and South America from Mexico to Bolivia
||Strong, hard and stiff. Good dimensional stability. Little warping, cracking or checking.
||The wood is very easy to work with hand and machine tools. It also is easy to finish and takes an excellent polish.
||Fine furniture and cabinets, interior woodwork, pattern woodwork, boat construction, fancy veneers, musical instruments, paneling, turnery and carving