The woods we stock at Thompson Mahogany are: African Mahogany/Khaya, Sapele and Utile/Sipo.&nbspThompson Mahogany is your best source for wholesale African Mahogany, Sapele, and Utile. We&nbspbuy directly from foreign mills who not only produce high quality, but are also practicing sustainability, and legal logging practices. So we can get the best prices, best quality and a responsible wood product.
Also known as Khaya.&nbsp&nbsp Other names are Ngollon and Acajou.&nbsp Of the three, this has the widest range of quality.&nbsp There are 4 sub-species of Khaya, and three of them show up in the United States.&nbsp They are &nbspKhaya Ivorensis, Khaya Anthetheca, and Khaya Grandifolio.&nbsp Most companies prefer the Khaya Ivorensis, it is lighter in weight, softer in texture, and not as dense.&nbsp Some companies specify they want African Mahogany from Ghana, which is considered almost all Khaya Ivorensis.&nbsp From this region, the lumber tends to be lighter not only in weight, but also in color. It tends to be consistent in color.&nbsp It also tend to be &lsquohairy&rsquo, having raised grain. Historically, it is more expensive from this region.&nbsp Due to Ghana law, lumber must be Kiln-dried (value added) &nbspto be exported.&nbsp Most of the African Mahogany comes from Cameroon and Congo.&nbsp It also is mostly Khaya Ivorensis, but tends to be darker in color, a little heavier, not as hairy.&nbsp Consistency in color and quality throughout these regions are less than from Ghana. So let us take a look at 24 nice pictures pictures of nice mahogany doors on nigeria below.
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Entandrophragma cylindricum.&nbsp Most comes from Cameroon and Congo.&nbsp We buy it both air-dried and Kiln-dried. &nbspThe species is more consistent for color, weight, texture, and hardness throughout the regions than African Mahogany. It can have pin-knots which are difficult to see in rough-sawn limber.&nbsp But the suppliers we deal with do grade against what they can see. It is&nbsp lighter in color from Ghana which is not the main source.