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Cumaru

Sapwood is a yellowish-brown and is distinct from the heartwood, which is a reddish-brown to purple-hued brown. Exposure to light makes the overall color become more uniform.
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Cypress

Sapwood is pale yellow white with heartwood varying in color from light to dark or reddish brown
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Ebony

Only the black or brown heartwood is used commercially.
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English Brown Oak

Sapwood easily distinguished from heartwood, though similar in color. Heartwood is a pale yellow-brown or “biscuit” color, that may range to light tan or deep brown in color. English Oak stained by the beef-steak fungus, often called Brown Oak, is extremely desirable and is converted into decorative veneers for use in furniture and paneling. This color cannot be reproduced with stains, and is considered highly desirable.
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English Sycamore

Sapwood is light-colored creamy white to light yellowish in color. The heartwood ranges in color from light to dark brown.
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European Beech

Heartwood is pale in color, ranging in shades pale cream with a pinkish-brown or an orange-tan hue. The wood is typically sold steamed which gives the wood a more even and uniform color which can become more reddish-pink in tone.
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