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Ebony is a dense black hardwood, most commonly yielded by several different species in the ... Due to the high toxicity of ebony in powdered form, its use in construction work requires government certification in several South Asian countries.

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Ebony: Ebony, wood of several species of trees of the genus Diospyros (family ... hardness, and ability to take a high polish, ebony is used for cabinetwork. ... keyboard instruments. In keyboard instrument: Evolution from early forms. Ebony  ...

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Ebony definition, a hard, heavy, durable wood, most highly prized when black, from various tropical trees of the genus Diospyros, as D. ebenum of southern ...

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Ebony (Diospyros spp., family Ebenaceae) are species of tropical hardwood trees ... Aggressive harvesting of ebony has rendered many species of ebony rare ... its greater density makes it even more useful in certain types of manufacturing.

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Pricing/Availability: Gaboon Ebony is among the most expensive of all ... Other types of ebony include: Macassar (striped) Ebony, and Black and White Ebony.

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Dec 30, 2018 ... Ebony definition is - a hard heavy blackish wood yielded by various tropical chiefly southeast Asian trees (genus Diospyros of the family ...

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In second place ebony wood, in its various species is the wood of choice for many ... There are 100's of types of ebony worldwide, but most are only shrubs, and ...

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ebony in American. (ˈɛbəni ; ebˈənē). nounWord forms: plural ˈebonies. 1. the hard, heavy, dark, durable wood of any of various trees, esp. of a group of ...

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Oct 20, 2015 ... Commercial ebony is the heartwood of certain species of tree in the ... These trees are quite slow-growing, and the heartwood forms as the trees mature ... and the composition of the heartwood is altered through many years of ...