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You should have heard about the Pink Ivory wood.

 

https://www.wood-database.com/pink-ivory/

All the informations are here. BUT, I do not recommend this wood.

 

https://www.wood-database.com/wood-articles/preventing-color-changes-in-exotic-woods/

At the article, the Pink ivory is one of the weakest wood that loses original exotic color easily. The above picture was taken after a month I purchased. When I bought this panel, the color was very fine pink color like the center of the picture, so I was planned to make a pinky fancy wooden boat for my little girl. I'm lucky that I didn't make strips from it. If I did it, my little girl might have cried for the ugly color after a month she received. 🙃

 

It is still good wood like a cherry because of dense grains, but the price is not competitive to the others. I hope my experince may help you to choose exotic woods.

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