Our FEQ grade Mahogany is out of South America, commonly referred to as “Honduran Mahogany” goes by many names, yet perhaps its most accurate and telling name is Genuine Mahogany. Not to be confused with cheaper imitations, such as Philippine Mahogany, Genuine Mahogany is what most consider to be the real and true species when referring to “Mahogany.”
An incredibly important commercial timber in Latin America, Genuine Mahogany is now grown extensively on plantations. It has been widely exploited, and in effect, this limits the international exporting of the lumber to certified sustainable sources. (This is also why many lumber retailers located in the United States are unable to ship Honduran Mahogany outside of the country.) Substitutes sometimes used are African Mahogany or Sipo Mahogany, both of which are available in our extensive inventory.
Available in: 4/4, 5/4, 6/4, 8/4, 12/4, 16/4, Thickness