GITNUX MARKETDATA REPORT 2024

Statistics About The Most Expensive Woods

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"African Blackwood is among the most expensive woods in the world, with prices up to $10,000 per kilogram."

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"The price of Dalbergia wood varies significantly, with some species selling for up to $14,000 per kilogram."

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"Pink Ivory wood, mainly found in Zimbabwe, Mozambique and South Africa, can cost between $7 to $8 per board foot."

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"Sandalwood, particularly Indian Sandalwood, can cost anywhere from $20 to $30 per kilogram."

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"Ebony, a dense black hard, can cost $10,000 to $13,000 per cubic meter."

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"Agarwood, used in the perfume industry, can cost up to $100,000 per kilogram."

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"Bubinga, an African hardwood, sells between $18 and $25 per board foot."

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"Koa wood from Hawaii ranges from $30 to $35 per board foot."

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"Figured Maple, known for its distinctive patterns, can cost up to $40 per board foot."

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"Pink Ivory can cost as much as $8,000 per cubic meter."

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"Prices for Thuja, particularly the burl variety, can reach up to $100 per board foot."

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"Dalbergia (rosewood), which grows in Central and South America, can cost between $20 to $50 per board foot."

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