Botanical name Inhambanella henriquezii
More commonly known as Milk Pear because of it's milky latex sap and the appearance of the fruits, and Rock Ironwood because of it's density. This tree is a small evergreen tree very common throughout Mozambique and the region. It's very sense and close grained with a deep luster that should produce a good shine when sanded the tree produces edible berries and has no known toxicity issues.
Blanks are 75mm by 550mm by 7-8mm thick.