World's most Expensive



A single African Blackwood (Dalbergia melanoxylon) log can command a price of approximately $9,000.

Fine Ebony, renowned for its quality, can fetch prices reaching up to $10,000 per kilogram.

Chunks of large Sandalwood, suitable for crafting purposes, are available for purchase at approximately $85 per 100 grams.

Holly wood varies in price, ranging from around $6 per board foot to slightly over $40, contingent upon its color and quality.

The vibrant hues of Pink Ivory wood can command prices as high as $80 per board foot.

Brazilian Rosewood, also known as Dalbergia nigra, can reach prices of up to $70 per board foot, representing a premium cost rather than a bargain.

Ziricote wood can be priced at up to $60 per board foot, reflecting its value and quality in the market.

In today's market, raw Macassar Ebony wood typically sells for at least $65 per board foot, potentially reaching even higher prices due to its demand and quality.


Koa wood can command prices of up to $62 per board foot, reflecting its value and desirability in the market.

Cocobolo wood is commonly sold within the range of $50 to $65 per board foot, reflecting its consistent market value.

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- Geetha Bhargavi    Tholupuluri