Inventory - Species:
anadenanthera collubrina var. cebil
Available in:
4/4 or thinner 8/4
(1" or less) (2")
(select desired thickness)


Origin: Cebil, also known as Patagonian Rosewood, can be found in Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Paraguay, and Peru.

Color: It is similar to cherry in color, but once a clear finish is applied it has a much richer red color. Frequently you will find beautiful dark streaks throughout the wood and is often figured.

Janka Hardness: 3630 (Extremely hard)

Decay and Weather Resistance: Cebil is rated as very durable and can be used for many outdoor applications. It is resistant to termites, though susceptible to other insect attacks.

Workability: Cebil is a very durable, hard, and dense wood. Because it is so hard it can be difficult to work with, severely blunting cutting edges. Therefore, carbide tools should be used.

Uses: Cebil is used for exterior construction, railroad ties, marine uses and indoor for flooring, furniture, and turnings.


To view available slabs listed in our website inventory. Click on a desired thickness listed in the chart to the right. Keep in mind we only have about 1/10th of our inventory listed online, so feel free to reach out to a member of our sales team for more assistance in your search: