Woodcraft, Created with a Prized Variety of Wood

Rosewood in general refers to those richly hued timbers, which is often brownish with darker veins, and found in different hues.All authentic rosewoods belong to the genus Dalbergia, especially the species called Dalbergianigra, popularly known as "Brazilian rosewood", or "Bahia rosewood". This form of wood is known for its strong, sweet smell, which lasts even for many years, one of the reasons why it is very popular. Rosewood has always been an important source for creating attractive artefacts, furniture and other items of ornamental, decorative as well as utility value.

Rosewood is one such variety, which is quite popular, among buyers and art collectors for its special properties and unique qualities.The wood is harvested for use in wood craft and it carries fragrance and is dense grain near the core, while the external sapwood is often soft and porous.

A well-known andclassic rosewood is derived from Dalbergialatifolia, commonly known as the Indian rosewood, and this species is native to India and some parts of South Asia. It is not an exaggeration to say that, in Indian society owning Rosewood furniture is considered a status symbol and an expression of one’s sense of desire and taste for the exotic.

There are many reasons why rosewoods are preferred.The wood is strong and heavy, it retains excellent polish, and is considered ideal for making guitars, recorders, turnery, furniture, handles, luxury flooring, and furniture etc. The presence of coarse grains along with the shiny and smooth texture, makes it very attractive when compared to other wood with artificial polish.

Rose wood has a uniform texture and the color ranges from orange, yellow-red to deep purplecolours with black bar. The sawdust of Rosewood, produces a flowery aroma while a clear knock on the wood produces a crisp sound, without any unnecessary noise.

There are wide range of items, created using Rosewood and the astounding varieties, makes this a collector’s delight. There are many art collectors, with a hobby of collecting Rosewood artefacts, as it has a special charm of its own. There are many among us, who share a taste for exclusive furniture, which is unique and attractive and this is one of the reasons why Rosewood has a special place in the world of wooden handicrafts and furniture. It is not uncommon to see Rosewood furniture on display in art museums, royal palaces and galleries, which is a testimony to the value of Rosewood and its popular appeal. The intricate rosewood inlay work, to create attractive and amazing range of furniture, shows a remarkable refinement of workmanship.

There are amazing varieties of Rosewood artefacts, available in the emporiums of Golkonda Handicrafts, where these pieces are on display. If you are looking for something unique in woodcraft, then Rosewood is an ideal form of wood, that is not only exotic but also one of the best varieties for creating ornamental wood crafts