People are more popular than people, and wood is not too much. There are many kinds of wood commonly known as "Pear" in the mahogany market, but the price is very different, some prices are so high, and some are still in the "civilian" market.
The wood on the market called “Pear Blossom” is not uncommon. The precious ones are like the first and the most famous rosewood in Dalbergia sinensis. The rosewood in the “Root” of the Redwood is also called “Pear Blossom”. In order to distinguish, people also divide them into "fragrant pear", "smelly pear", "avocado", "grass pear" and so on.
In the history of our country, Hainan huanghuali has several different names. The Tang Dynasty's "Materia Medica" is called "palmwood", and the Song Dynasty "Zhu Fanzhi" is called "Pearl", which was called "Pearl" in the Ming and Qing Dynasties. "Flower palm wood" or "rosewood", called "yellow pear" in the late Qing Dynasty.
According to Muyou, the price per ton of huanghuali plate on the market has reached millions or even tens of millions. As everyone knows, since the development of the mahogany industry, the price of sea yellow has always been high. The lack of resources in Hainan huanghuali and even the normal channel almost “severage” imports are certainly one of the reasons. More importantly, the changes in the sea yellow color are extremely different and have their own characteristics. The texture of the sea yellow furniture that has been handed down today is more profound and profound. This is why the price of Hainan huanghuali is so expensive.
The large fruit rosewood is also known as the "fragrant pear" because of its slight aroma. Large fruit rosewood includes Laos rosewood and Burmese rosewood. Today, Hainan Huanghuali and other high-quality mahogany are about to become extinct. Daguo red sandalwood has become the best successor. It is the most valuable potential wood and has become a potential stock in mahogany.
At the beginning of 2017, in the Guangdong Yuzhu wood market, the price of 1.5-3m×30-60cm large fruit rosewood is 16300 yuan/ton; in just half a year, the same market and specifications of large fruit rosewood are priced at 15,400 yuan/ Ton. Since the beginning of CITES in early October, the raw material of Daguo red sandalwood has started to rise again. The original raw material of large fruit rosewood of 16,000 yuan/ton has now risen to 27,000 yuan/ton.
The price of large-color red sandalwood can be called “inconsistency”: first, the sea yellow is in danger of being listed as an international convention, and the export volume is plummeting. The large-color red sandalwood is used as an alternative material for sea yellow; this is the international convention this year. The hedgehog rosewood and Dalbergia are "one net", and the market for large fruit rosewood is even bigger; there are also policies such as the previous civil war in Myanmar and the import and export of Laos, which also made the "red" of the big fruit rosewood Put it.
Hedgehog rosewood is mainly distributed in the savanna region, from Senegal in West Africa to the Gambia region and the Central African Republic. Because the fresh hedgehog rosewood wood has a "not very friendly" taste, it is often called "smelly pear".
According to the Fish Ball Index, the price of the Hedgehog rosewood old material of 1.5-3m×20-30cm at the beginning of this year is only 5550 yuan/ton. Even now it has been listed in Appendix II of the International Convention, the price is only 6800~6900 yuan. / ton, the rise was steady. It is a "civilian" in the mahogany.
Hedgehog rosewood wood has a beautiful texture. This wood is considered to be suitable for making furniture including cabinets, stools, etc. It is also suitable for large construction projects such as parquet, stairs, tools, sculptures and Sliced sheets, etc., are also used in the production of some door frames.
Asian pear refers not to a single type of wood, but to a general term for a class of wood. Among the about 30 kinds of wood of the genus Pterocarpus, except for one type of rosewood and seven kinds of rosewood listed in the national standard of the redwood, the other twenty are collectively referred to as the Asian rosewood.
The concept of grass pear is more complicated. The earliest "grass pear" in the history of our country mainly includes large fruit rosewood (commonly known as Burmese rosewood) and Indian rosewood (commonly known as rosewood and rosewood); during the late Qing Dynasty, the Vietnamese rosewood and Bird foot rosewood is also used. Up to now, there is also a kind of ancient Yi Su wood, commonly known as Brazilian rosewood, and some places also known as grass pear.
In addition, the definition of "grass pear" has changed in different regions. In the northern market, the grass pears refer to Burmese rosewood. In the Dacheng area of Hebei, the rosewoods produced in Laos, Myanmar, Vietnam and Cambodia are collectively referred to as turf pears, while in some places, the pears are called turf pears.