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Made from a mix of exotic woods, African Shedua, African Lati, also known as white wenge, Amazon Rosewood, & South American Jatoba, also known as Brazilian Cherry. No stock photos here...the card holder shown is the actual one you will receive, & was made in a very limited edition, only a few will be made, & each one in this edition will have different woods, making them each a one of a kind. Simple yet elegant & attractive design, this handcrafted holder will easily hold your business cards and display them in an elevated position, with a 5/8" card channel to hold a generous amount, this holder was meticulously crafted & finished with a furniture grade finish consisting of clear lacquer sanding sealer & clear semi gloss lacquer, the natural beauty & color of the wood really comes through, no stain, or dyes are used. The base measures approx. 4-1/4" X 2-13/16" & is about 1-1/16" thick, the overall piece stands at about 2-5/8" tall.
This attractive holder will get your business cards noticed, felt pads on the bottom will prevent scratches or marring to any surface you may place it on. Treat yourself, or give it away as a nice gift to someone special. Thanks for looking!

About the woods used...

SHEDUA - Guibourtia Ehie - Also Known as Ovangkol, Mozambigue, Amazique, among others.
The tree is native to Northern Africa, & grows organically in Gabon, Ghana, Ivory Coast, & Nigeria.
Shedua is a truly beautiful wood, that is closely related to Bubinga, The Heartwood of Shedua is prized for its curly figure when quartersawn, displaying a wide range of colors from a golden-brown to a darker brown with black stripes. The sapwood is a creamy white. Shedua is a heavy and durable wood with good working properties. The grain is usually interlocked and the texture is moderately coarse. Another fine, durable & exquisite exotic hardwood.

LATI - WHITE WENGE - Amphimas Pterocarpioides
The Tree is Native to, Africa & grows in various countries there, such as, Angola, Cameroon, Congo, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, Ghana, Ivory Coast, Nigeria, Togo, & Zaire.
This coarse wood is fairly common in much of African where it has a wide variety of uses. It is also known as "white wenge" because although the color is nothing like wenge (thus the "white") the grain can at times be strikingly similar to wenge. Texture is rather coarse, straight grain, hard and heavy. A truly beautiful white ( Blonde) exotic hardwood.

AMAZON ROSEWOOD - Dalbergia Spruceana
The tree is native to Brazil in the Amazon River region, & grows throughout South America.
Also referred to as "Jacaranda do para" or "spruceana", this species resembles Brazilian Rosewood (Dalbergia nigra) and is used for similar purposes, though odor and subtle grain characteristics are noticeably different. Rosewoods in general have been prized throughout history because of their richly exotic and vividly contrasting grain. In terms of sheer beauty, few woods can compare to a true Rosewood. In order for a wood to be considered "true" or "genuine" Rosewood, the tree must be a member of the specific genus Dalbergia (Leguminosae family).

JATOBA - Hymenaea Courbaril
The tree is Native to Southern Mexico, Central America and the West Indies, to northern Brazil, Bolivia, and Peru. Also known as Brazilian Cherry
While the sapwood of jatoba is gray-white, the heartwood tends to a salmon-red to orange-brown color when fresh, becoming russet or reddish brown with dark streaks when seasoned. With its inherent beauty, rich coloring, and extreme hardness, this species is understandably a very popular exotic wood. In addition to its warm reddish tint, this moderately lustrous wood is notable for its hardness and durability — jatoba is a very dense wood and very strong.

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Wood Business Card Holder - Handmade Exotic Wood Premium Card Holder

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: exotic wood, African Shedua, Brazilian Cherry Jatoba, African Lati white wenge, Amazon rosewood, clear lacquer sanding sealer, clear semi gloss lacquer
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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