Ebony Veneer

Macassar Ebony (diospyros celebica) is a wood that grows primarily in Southeast Asia. With its dramatic coloration Macassar Ebony showcases a dark brown to black heartwood streaked with bands of grayish-brown, yellow-brown, or pale brown.  Macassar Ebony has a mostly straight grain.  Due to the small size of the trees, Macassar Ebony can be difficult to sequence.  It is used for cabinetry, musical instruments, and ornamental inlay, anywhere where a dark and light banded wood will draw the eye.

Macassar Ebony is also known as Striped Ebony, Amara Ebony, Indian Ebony, Coromandel, and Timbruni.

Uses for Ebony include cabinetry, musical instruments, and ornamental inlay.

Macassar Ebony is available in 4’x8’ and 4’x10’ sizes, can be sequenced up to 3 sheets, and is available with multiple backing choices such as 10 mil, 22.2 mill (Bubble free) and Peel and Stick.


When seeking a pure black or a uniform grained look, Oakwood Veneer’s selection of Echo Wood and Italian veneers can provide that specific look.  Readily available and very sustainable, these reconstituted veneers are a beautiful choice when executing a precise design style.  Reconstituted veneer is   sustainable.  It has no defects, such as knots or discolorations, making it easier to use. Reconstituted veneer has a consistent grain and finish, making it the ideal choice for areas that require uniformity.  Italian and Echo Wood veneers are an affordable way to get an exotic wood look to your project.  Italian and Echo Wood veneers come in 4’x8’ and 4’x10’ sizes and can either have 22.2 mil (bubble free) or Peel and Stick backings.