Idigbo Veneered Panels & Jointed Veneer
Idigbo is also called Black Afara, Emeri and Framire. It is distributed in west tropical Africa from Guinea to Cameroon and abundant in primary and secondary forests and transition formations.
Idigbo sapwood is somewhat paler than the heartwood, which is yellow brown or light pink brown and not clearly demarcated.
The grain of Idigbo veneer is straight or slightly irregular and the texture medium to rather coarse. The wood is moderately lustrous and without distinctive odour.