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Boxwood Piece 190x35x35 mm
- Dimensions: 190x35x35 mm
- Botanical Name: Buxus Sempervirens
- Origin: Spain
- Density: 970 Kg/m3
- Quality: These pieces are not classified by qualities and are included within a medium standard of quality, in other words, when we select them we reject the cracked pieces, with serious defects, or broken or useless ones. Therefore, we will always find good pieces that can have some slight defect, nice pieces, or pieces less attractive, always taking in account variations in colour or growth rings that each wood specie may have.
Those square pieces are ideal for wood turning, once they are finished we can appreciate the beauty of these woods.
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