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AAA Santos Rosewood Backs (550/570x215/230x4,5 mm)x2
- Dimensions: (550/570x215/230x4,5 mm)x2
- Botanical Name: Machaerium scleroxylon.
- Origin: Brazil
- Density: 940 kg/m3
- Santos Rosewood
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