Early 19th Century Colonial Gonçalo Alves Side Table
A ver elegant and with great proportions, early 19th century Colonial Gonçalo Alves side Table / Server.
Goncalo Alves is commonly referred to as “Tigerwood” or “Brazilian Tigerwood”. The wood has superb stiffness, strength, hardness, and durability. However, density and other mechanical properties can vary widely depending on the growing site and source region. The name “Jobillo” is sometimes used to refer to higher grades of Goncalo Alves among woodturners.
This wood species is not listed in the CITES Appendices or on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species.
Height: 82cm (32.3 inches)
Width: 182cm (71.7 inches)
Depth: 82cm (32.3 inches)
67cm High (table surface)
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