Handmade African Mahogany Wood Fan/Light Pulls with 24kt Gold Chain/Trim

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Handmade African Mahogany Wood Fan/Light Pulls with 24kt Gold Chain/Trim
  • Handmade African Mahogany Wood Fan/Light Pulls with 24kt Gold Chain/Trim
  • Handmade African Mahogany Wood Fan/Light Pulls with 24kt Gold Chain/Trim
  • Handmade African Mahogany Wood Fan/Light Pulls with 24kt Gold Chain/Trim
  • Handmade African Mahogany Wood Fan/Light Pulls with 24kt Gold Chain/Trim
  • Handmade African Mahogany Wood Fan/Light Pulls with 24kt Gold Chain/Trim
  • Handmade African Mahogany Wood Fan/Light Pulls with 24kt Gold Chain/Trim
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These pulls will decorate any ceiling fan/light.  The Pulls are 3.25 inches long, total length with the chain is 9.5 inches long.

The wood is turned on a lathe, sanded to a fine finish then polished to bring out the natural beauty of the wood, all by hand. It is a water proof, high gloss finish that is non-toxic and non-flammable after drying.

No duplicating equipment is used in my work, therefore, even with like woods, no two Pulls will be identical. These Pulls are truly one of a kind. Since I use no duplicating equipment these pulls are not a perfect match.

The 24kt gold uses a "premium rack plating" process and is covered with an epoxy coating for extreme durability. Its beauty and durability has a lifetime guarantee or your money back.

AFRICAN MAHOGANY (Khaya Senegalensis) Khaya is a genus of seven species of trees in the mahogany family Meliaceae, native to tropical Africa and  Madagascar.  All species become big trees 30-35 m tall, rarely 45 m, with a trunk over 1 m trunk diameter, often buttressed at the base.   
The timber of Khaya is called African Mahogany, the only timber widely accepted as mahogany besides that of the true mahogany, of the genus Swietenia.  Khaya Senegalensis, also known as the African Dry Zone Mahogany or Mubaba in the Shona language is also used for it’s herbaceous parts.  In west Africa, Fulani herdsmen prune the tree during the dry season to feed cattle,  In addition, the bark of Khaya Senegalensis is often harvested from natural populations as well as 
plantations and used to treat many diseases.  
Some drum companies, as Premier, used Khaya wood for making their drums in the mid-70’s.  However. It was too expensive, so they switched to using other materials such as maple and birch.  The name Mahogany is commonly applied to many different kinds of tropical hardwood, most of which are reddish-brown in color and widely employed in furniture making, boat building and other high specification uses.
 The origin of the name, Mahogany, is uncertain, but it could be a corruption of m`oganwo`, the name used by the Yoruba and Ibo people of West Africa to describe trees of the genus Khaya.

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