Wenge is an exotic wood with a natural growth range of the species is reported to be the open forests of Zaire, Cameroon, Gabon, the southern regions of Tanzania, and Mozambique. It is also found in the swampy forests of the Congo region. Wenge is reported to be a suitable substitute for Hickory for the production of sporting goods. It is moderately hard and resistant to wearing and marring. Strength qualities in compression parallel to grain are exceptionally high.
Knife Handle Blanks: Knife Handle blanks are most often used to make knife handles. They could also be used for many other small woodworking projects.
Note: Dimensions may vary +/- 1/16"