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Amarillo

Amarillo, Tabebuia Ochracea, also known as Corteza Amarillia in Spanish and Ipê-Amarelo in Portuguese, is a timber tree native to South America, Cerrado and Pantanal vegetation in Brazil. It is a seasonal flowering tree, blossoming only during spring in South America, September. During this time, all leaves fall and only flowers remain in the crown. In the early 19th Century it would have been not only one of the rarest, but also the most expensive. There are very few 19th Century pieces of Furniture created using this valuable & beautiful timber, the few that survive are regarded as among the finest & most important works of the period.

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