Cocobolo is a term used to describe a type of tropical hardwood that is often used in furniture making. It refers to the wood found primarily in Central America, specifically from trees belonging to the Dalbergia genus. It is known for its rich, dark color, which can range from reddish-brown to deep purple-brown, with streaks of black or orange. Cocobolo wood is highly valued for its durability, density, natural oils, and beautiful grain patterns, making it a popular choice for high-end furniture, cabinetry, and decorative items. Dark purple-brown, very dense and heavy wood from Bengal and Burma.