Diospyros celebica (commonly known as black ebonyor Makassar ebony) is a species of flowering tree in the family Ebenaceae that is endemic to the island of Sulawesi in Indonesia. The common name Makassar ebony is for the main seaport on the island, Makassar.
Makassar ebony wood
Makassar ebony wood is variegated, streaky brown and black, and nearly always wide-striped. It is considered a highly valuable wood for turnery, fine cabinet work, and joinery, and is much sought for posts (床柱 (tokobashira)) in traditional Japanese houses. Japan used to be the main importer of this wood. It is also used as a wood in fingerboards for guitars and other related instruments. The photos show the actual scales Nate used to make this set of one-off custom grips. Fits Full size and Commander Alchemy 1911’s with or without a magwell.
Out of stock