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The inlaid dragon is made of African bubinga and Amboyna burlwood.
The spanking-new 64-inch AuSable ($549) is a Neil Byce III design including three-piece-laminated African bubinga handle with full-cutout arrow shelf and semi-pistol grip for sure hand placement and heavily reflexed-deflexed limbs comprised of speedy bamboo cores laminated between maple and glass.
The company is offering a new luxury package to the full-size Sports Utility Vehicle that includes semi-aniline, leather-trimmed seats, Bubinga wood trim, a cool box and smart card key.
The remarkable dining room table, with its unusual base of twisted bronze, is made of a 10-foot-long, 2-inch-thick piece of Bubinga rosewood from West Africa.
Exotic Bubinga wall paneling, banded with stainless steel combined with imported crema marfil marble flooring provide an ideal backdrop for the gently curved stainless steel mesh and marble security desk.
Before retiring, I was limited to Saturdays, but even so, I have produced one or more sculptures a year, from basswood, bubinga, black walnut, mahogany, and soapstone or alabaster.
It features forged high-carbon steel blades with triple stainless-steel rivets, and is available with either black, pakka wood or bubinga wood handles.
Made of woods such as snakewood, bubinga, quilted maple, ebony, mahogany and zebrawood, Wiklund's tables are stunning, with a simplicity and smoothness that belie the almost eight weeks of toil that go into handcrafting each one.
Other craftsmen designed and built the mahogany and bubinga case for the gavel and block, which has a laser cut of the NLC logo.
Rochman capped the newels and handrails with bubinga, an African rosewood, in part for its rich color.
First place recipient of a Bubinga Kotz Cajon with Slap Pads is Michael Hoover of Oakland, California.
Longhurst created the original sculpture, which is made from kiln-dried Bubinga wood and mounted on a marble base.