wood 076v2

Walnut, African


270 cm x 398 cm @ 54 DPI270 cm x 99 cm @ 89 DPI270 cm x 35 cm @ 136 DPI
Size 5700 px x 8400 px (47.9 Mpx)
Seamless Vertically
Real size 270 cm x 398 cm = 10.7 m²
8.9 ft x 13.1 ft = 115.7 ft²
Resolution 21.1 px/cm
53.6 px/inch (DPI)
Size 9500 px x 3500 px (33.3 Mpx)
Seamless Vertically
Real size 270 cm x 99 cm = 2.7 m²
8.9 ft x 3.2 ft = 28.8 ft²
Resolution 35.2 px/cm
89.4 px/inch (DPI)
Size 14500 px x 1900 px (27.6 Mpx)
Seamless Vertically
Real size 270 cm x 35 cm = 0.9 m²
8.9 ft x 1.1 ft = 10.2 ft²
Resolution 53.7 px/cm
136.4 px/inch (DPI)


Botanical Name

Lovoa trichilioides Harms., Lovoa klaineana Pierre ex Sprague (Fam. Meliaceae)

Trade Names

Dibetou, African walnut, Congowood, Lovoawood, Noce africano


African Mahogany, American Mahogany,Tiama, Walnut and Red Gum (= Liquidambar styraciflua).

Indigenous to

Tropical West Africa: Angola, Equatorial Guinea, Ivory Coast, Gabon, Ghana, Cameroon, Congo, Liberia, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Zaire


The sapwood is white and light grey and usually 5 cm wide. The heartwood is clearly distinguishable; going from grey brown to yellowish brown and turns darker in sunlight without losing the brilliance. The pores are medium-sized to rough, scattered and distinguishable by dark plenums also on longitudinal cuts. The direction of the grain is sometimes twisted during growth but also has stretches of very regular and close together shiny striping, like the Sapele. Growth layers are not visible.

Included Accessories

  • Material
    Maxwell Render™ (3.1+) mxm
  • Material
    Corona Renderer™ (3ds Max™) mat


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