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This tree species varies considerably in height, from between 25 metres up to 40 metres.
It is described as having a somewhat variable grain pattern, some leading furniture makers actively seek out the timber because of its flexibility, strength and the relative ease of its working qualities.
In Victoria, at least one leading maker uses New Guinea Rosewood for Cabriole legs and Serpentine fronts.
One particular maker states that 80% of any given specification in this timber carves and turns very well. It is considered not hard on cutting tools although it is harder than either African or Honduras Mahogany.