Elegantly dark and solid, built to last. So harmonious that in the countries of origin is used to build many traditional musical instruments. This is Iroko, an African yellow-brown wood species, similar in characteristics and appearance to Teak, but less valuable and expensive. Its fibers, as well as those of Teak, are rich in oils, which make them waterproof and moisture resistant, even without particular additional treatments. It’s a hard, stable and durable wooden species.