Anigre comes form West and East Africa, from guinea to Angola, including eastwards to Zaire and Uganda, where it finds tropical rain forests. It is aslo known as Anegré, or Mukali.
With its fine, lustrous finish, quartered figured Anegre can look extremely elegant in appearance, and is used for high quality interiors and furniture. The natural colour varies from light creamy yellow to pinky biscuit. The heartwood is reddish-grey to light yellowish-brown, often with dark discoloration which is a great disadvantage in use.
Domestic vibrating lustrous.
The streak is mostly straight or quite waved, with soft texture and barely natural shine.
With its fine, lustrous finish, quartered Anegre can look extremely elegant in appearance, and is used for high quality interiors and furniture.
Anigre Crown Cut shows us the first bundles from a log because it is sliced over the heart. That produces the so-called cathedral structure, so much sought after in crown cut bundles and that raises its natural essence.
Anigre Crown cut is perfect for classic look that combine with domestic atmosphere, so it transmit a very soft and warm sensation.