Rosewood is also known in the wood world as Rosewood wood. It is a noble type of wood, heavy but very stable. Rosewood is characterized by irregular, darker stripes, but the base color can vary. It is a tropical wood which makes it a scarce and difficult to come wood. The use is therefore always for high-quality applications.
Rosewood is a more expensive and very scarce type of wood. Not all types of Rosewood trees provide usable wood. Depending on the type and origin, these are predominantly small, single trees. Often with grooved trunks which are often branch-free. The trunks are very heavy and are often characterized by heart tears.
The core is usually yellowish brown to reddish. Most species give fresh a rose scent, which is why the English name Rosewood has been created. Usually the woods are irregularly drawn by the presence of dark brown to black wavy growth zones that show streaks. In some species, prolonged exposure to light can greatly reduce the colour.