Anigre (Aningeria spp.)



Anigre ranges in tone from cream and yellowish-white to tan with a pinkish tinge, and generally presents an even color. Anigre is about the same weight as African Mahogany with a medium to coarse texture. The texture is fine in higher wood grades. The wood is lustrous, yet siliceous, and usually has a straight grain, although wavy or mottle figure is sometimes present. Anigre has a faint cedar-like odor. Anigre machines very well, however, the siliceous nature of the wood causes extensive blunting of tools. It slices well, and, due to its fine, even texture, can be sliced extremely thin. This has made it a very popular wood for veneers. Anigre has good nailing, screwing and gluing properties. Its straight grain and even texture make it a very good species for finishing. It take polish and a wide range of stains, light and dark, very well.

Best Uses

  • Furniture
  • Decorative Furniture Veneers
  • Cabinetry
  • High End Millwork

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