Translation of rosewood in Spanish:


palo de rosa, n.

Pronunciation /ˈroʊzˌwʊd//ˈrəʊzwʊd/


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    palo de rosa masculine
    palisandro masculine
    • Unlike previous doors he had passed which were flimsy and made of cheap, laminated wood, this one was unscratched and made of stained rosewood.
    • In the middle of the vanity was another object made of rosewood - a jewelry box, I'd presume.
    • An elephant pulls teak and rosewood logs at the Pak Lay Sawmill.
    • The box was fashioned of antique burnished rosewood, with brass cylinders and myriad bells all working in perfectly refined unison.
    • It represents the most lavish use of rosewood veneer known on any Charleston surface with the exception of the sounding board of Saint Michael's pulpit, which dates from around 1760.
    • Once in a while the really dense woods, such as boxwood and ebony can fool me, and I really have to work hard to tell the difference between Madasgar and Honduras rosewood.
    • This year, three new wood veneers will be available for the back and sides: Hawaiian koa, big leaf maple, and Indian rosewood.
    • It is a superb piece, made of mahogany and rosewood and inlaid with ebony spikes to the corners, raised on three lyre supports, each with splayed legs and brass lion-paw feet.
    • The King John Library is a baroque delight, with acres of gold leaf, faux marble, rosewood and ebony tables and of course stacks and stacks of books.
    • In later years, he also used rosewood as a primary wood, as well as for crossbanding.
    • For one, consumers have been told for years that the best instruments are made from precious tropical woods like mahogany, ebony and rosewood - the very species most in danger.
    • A final photograph shows a less common tool, a wide smoothing plane constructed of heavy rosewood.
    • There are 34 full-color photographs of beautiful gages made of ebony, rosewood, boxwood, mahogany, cherry, applewood, whalebone, ivory etc.
    • The Indian furniture was usually of ebony, padouk, or rosewood with the floral borders and motifs either inlaid or engraved on ivory veneer.
    • Made of rosewood with mahogany as the secondary wood, it includes brass stringing on the top and sides and an inlaid flush brass escutcheon and central brass plate.
    • Many rococo revival etageres were made from imported rosewood because the beautiful grain patterns followed the lines of carved decoration.
    • Intricately handcarved rosewood and handmade lace are art forms passed down from generation to generation.
    • It also features a combination of Brazilian rosewood and Ceylon satinwood veneers.
    • The desk is of mahogany, bird's eye maple, rosewood, and leather.
    • In the first half of the eighteenth century ebony rosewood, and padouk were inlaid with floral designs ivory that was then engraved and highlighted with lac.