Aniegre wood carried at Anderson Lumber is most common in tropical areas of east Africa. Aniegre has the color and appearance of a light yellowish-brown, sometimes with a pinkish hue. The color gets darker Color tends to darken to a more golden brown with age.
Most commonly used for plywood, indoor furniture and cabinets. Sometimes sold as veneer, although it is available in board for boat building, general carpentry, and other light construction uses.
Known to have an odor similar to Cedar. Make sure to treat Anigre as it can be susceptible to termites.
Can dull woodworking tools as it has a high silica rate.
Grain is straight to interlocked, with a medium uniform texture and a good natural luster.
Angerie is a perishable wood and is susceptible to blue fungal staining.
It has a fair work-ability and priced moderately.