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Cabralea cangerana of the family Meliaceae. This is a South American wood, also known as cangerana, with a medium texture (sometimes a bit coarse) and straigh grain (sometimes a bit wavy), moderately heavy but easy to work and finishes smoothly. Widely available in Brazil, where it is often used in carvings. Althought it does have a bit of a color range, the brighter red in some of the pics below is unlikely.
what appears to be either flooring or the top of a lumber pile --- the color is unlikely
flooring, showing a good representation of the color range
turning block --- red color is unlikely
bowl of mostly cancharana, plus holly veneer