Boardwalk Tropical Hardwoods – from Africa & South America
From the iconic destinations of South Street Seaport, Far Rockaway, and Coney Island after decades of storms, bare feet, and some mustard. Reclaimed via storm renewal and regular refitting of these NYC landmarks.
Originally sourced from mid and late 1900’s, before rain forest issues were known.
Ipé – handroanthus spp.
Of Central & South America, this endangered wood is now pro\\cut in
Ekki or Azobe – lophira alata
Of West Africa