Top 9 Most Expensive Types of Wood in the World

Ziricote: The wood is commonly found in Central America and Mexico, with the tree sometimes growing taller than 60 feet.

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African Blackwood: the most expensive wood in the world, but it’s also one of the rarest — mostly due to over-consumption and habitat loss.

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Brazilian Rosewood: a distinct reddish hue and uniform grain. The beautiful color makes it a popular choice for fine furniture and musical instruments.

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Ebony: a typical price tag of $100 per board foot, ebony is one of the most expensive woods in the world.

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Cocobolo Wood: can cost $9 or more per pound. Like other types of wood on this list, Cocobolo is threatened by over-consumption.

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Koa Wood: is a common part of the Hawaiian landscape and an important part of the islands’ culture. While the wood isn’t endangered.

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Sandalwood: is probably one of the most versatile woods out there. The material is regularly used for decorative carvings, added to perfumes.

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Pink Ivory: Berchemia zyheri, this wood stands out with a pink hue that ranges from a brownish red to a bright, nearly neon pink.

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Holly Wood: also called Ilex opaca, is sometimes labeled the “whitest” of all woods. The wood is often used for piano keys.

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