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General Information[edit]

Leopard and Lacewood are very similar and are sometimes referred to interchangeably. Leopard woods annular growth rings are made up of alternating textures so when it is turned the side grain results in 'spots' on the surface of the wood. If the surface of the turning is curved slightly, it enhances the effect.

Turning Leopardwood[edit]